Confirmed: 2 versions of the Oppo Find 7 will be launched

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More confirmation from Oppo regarding the upcoming Oppo Find 7 launch. Yes, there will be 2 versions of the flagship phone launched on the same day!

Oppo today released another official teaser confirming the existance of both a 2K and FHD version of the Oppo Find 7. It has been common knowledge for some weeks that Oppo were at least testing Find 7 models with different screen resolutions, now we know for a fact that each phone has made it to production.

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The resolution options will be a FHD 1920 x 1080 model, the same resolution as the current Find 5, and a 2K QHD 2560 x 1440 resolution version, the same resolution as the Vivo Xplay 3S! The differences don’t stop there though as the high-end 2K version is rumoured to get a Snapdragon 801 chipset, 3GB RAM while the 1080 model will have 2GB RAM and a Snapdragon MSM8974AB SoC.

Both phones will be officially unveiled on 19th March in Beijing.

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  1. fm
    March 4, 2014

    Dual sim?

    • Sérgio Miguel Silva
      March 4, 2014

      Doubt it, 99% sure it’ll be single SIM.

    • March 4, 2014

      Technically it is possible with the Snapdragon 801. But still unlikely.

  2. March 4, 2014

    I hate that there will be two different phones with the same name. Extra opportunity for fraud and confusion in the sale of the phone.

    I also wish they had held out for the Snapdragon 805. The 801 ships in volume in April, the 805 in May, it would have been worth waiting 4 weeks.

    • antidumb
      March 5, 2014

      dude how you can be so dumb? a fraud? a confusion sale? can you read? because that the basis of all these, read the spec before buy it except you’re a retard.

      did you ever buy electronic device? like laptop they have same name but sometimes it has different chip from celeron to i7 or tablet with wifi only and 4g network connection option or or a smartphone with same name but different storage capacity

      ….ooooohhh i get it, i remember you, you’re that stupid guy.

      • March 5, 2014

        Andi, can you censure this guy?

        Antidumb, Don’t be a fool, it’s not about you are me. It’s about the disreputable retailer that ships you the wrong Find 7 “accidentally”. Or your non-technical grandparents that bought a Find 7 on YOUR recommendation and were duped into getting the de-featured one.

        • antidumb
          March 5, 2014

          if retailer ships wrong, you could sue or return, if you afraid of shipping buy directly from concrete shop
          and there is many cases about wrong buy and wrong ship before it, your excuse is too illusory

          if you REALLY give recommendation to people, you wouldn’t say only its name moreover you recommend to eldery, you clearly never give someone a recommendation

          • Fred
            March 5, 2014

            antidumb, there are several reports of Chinese vendors shipping the lower end versions “by mistake”. Dave’s point is very valid.

            If suing was even possible with a result.. we’d not even have all these clones and fake brands. Do you think HTC/Samsung/Apple/LG might not have considered it? Especially Apple!

            • antidumb
              March 5, 2014

              now the core of conversation is shifting, from naming to fraud shipping
              and yes we know a lot cases like that.

              from first time i comment about how he whining about naming which consider as Extra opportunity for fraud but actually a ‘same name’ is actually exist and nothing wrong with it, which is only an option.

              now he telling how retailer cheating on sale, that’s another story and i’m not deny that

    • Cuerex
      March 5, 2014

      >what are model numbers

      >what are unwanted commercially available processor generations due to their immaturity and new integration methods, asking for higher production/actual smartphone costs which customers could disagree with and worsening the demand of the phone

  3. March 4, 2014

    I’m going crazy with the wait. Hopefully there will be a pre-order.
    Dual Sim and 50mp (rumours) with removable storage would own the phone market. Especially with the legendary “Find” build quality. 801 is more than fine for me. Can’t remember seeing anything about a battery yet. As long as it’s 3000+.