Generally removable rear panels, replaceable batteries and sd memory card slots are feature we see on low to mid-range phones, and oddly have to dream about finding on flagship devices. Crazier still is the want and demand from Android phone fans for flagship device to get these features, yet most manufacturers are unwilling to budge.
As usual China’s Oppo are one of the first to buck the trend and have confirmed, via teaser image, that the Oppo Find 7 will in fact get a micro SD card memory expansion bay. This has been a long rumoured features and one which was seen in the Tenaa network license documents.
It has also been leaked that the Oppo Find 7 could have internal memory options of upto 128GB!
The Oppo Find 7 will launch on 19th March in Beijing. As it stands Oppo have confirmed that the phone will have a 5.5-inch display, 2K resolution, removable battery, 4G LTE, and SD card slot. There also appears to be a mid-range version of the Find 7 too (possibly only for China) which will have a 1080p display.