Update: Oppo Find 7 Live: Oppo Find 7 Full Specifications


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The Oppo Find 7 launch event is currently ongoing, but we have managed to get hold of the full specifications already, keep reading for full details.

Oppo Find 7 Specifications

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Starting with the front of the phone the Oppo Find 7 has a 5.5-inch quad HD display with super sensitive touch control. Processing power comes from a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8974AC processor while graphics are handled by an Adreno 330 GPU. 3GB RAM is on par with most other 2014 flagship phones, plus there is 32GB of internal memory and space for up to 128GB SD cards.

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The battery is a 3000mAh unit which is removable, but what is most exciting is the new VOOC fast charging technology. VOOC means that the battery in the Oppo Find 7 can cut charging time down by a forth while remaining safe.

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Camera’s on the Oppo Find 7 are something which we had rumours about but weren’t quite sure what to expect. Oppo have launched the Find 7 with a 13 megapixel Sony IMX214 rear sensor. The 50 mega-pixel rumours stemmed from Oppo’s new interpolating technologies which can create up to 50 mega-pixel images. Oppo also say they have incorporated their own Super Aperture to capture details even on far away subjects.

Both the rear 13MP and front 5MP cameras have F2.0 apertures and Blue Glass Lens.

For those of you worried if the Oppo Find 7 will work in your country the full frequency details are as follows GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100 MHz, FDD-LTE: Bands B1/3/7/20, TD-LTE: Band B40.

Users in Mexico can enjoy GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, WCDMA: 850/900/1700/1900/2100Mhz, FDD-LTE Bands: B1/4/17.

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And Indonesia will get GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1990Mhz, WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100Mhz.

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From the press release which Oppo have given us it appear that international Oppo Fans will only be able to get their hands on the 2K version of the Oppo Find 7. The 1920 x 1080 model (which has slightly different specs including a 2800mAh battery) looks like it is only for the Chinese market

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The 2k version of the of the Find 7 will cost 3498 Yuan in China while the 1920 x 1080 model will cost 2998 Yuan, both will be available to buy from 20th March (tomorrow).

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52 Comments

  1. ved prakash
    March 19, 2014

    Hi Andi !!
    you sure the battery is 3000 maH cause other sites such as gsmarena are revealing it to be whooping 4500 maH …..

    • ken
      March 19, 2014

      4500mah is a rumour all along.

      • March 19, 2014

        3000mAh for the 2K, 2800mAh for the 1080 confirmed

  2. ken
    March 19, 2014

    2k release tomorrow? GSMARENA stated may or june.

    • ML
      March 19, 2014

      Andi, could you please shed some light on this?

      • March 19, 2014

        The launches I have mentioned are for China only, international launches are later.

  3. antidumb
    March 19, 2014

    i’m not impressed, sorry

    high price any standard smartphone body construction
    waiting for oneplus phone

    • Airyl
      March 19, 2014

      Standard smartphone body? Are you actually criticizing OPPO on build quality? Any netizen knows that Oppo is the king of build quality.

      • Hoàng Vững
        March 19, 2014

        What you mean King, Airyl :D. It’s normal not a King 🙂

        • Airyl
          March 19, 2014

          They are well known for the build quality of their phones like the Finder 3, Find 5 and N1. There’s no disagreeing because too many people have know this.

          • Hoàng Vững
            March 19, 2014

            They have good built quality, not the King of Built quanlity, Airyl :D, the built quality of oppo find 5 is good enough, not the best one, you know?

            • Airyl
              March 19, 2014

              Maybe, but so far I’ve yet to find a phone than can match the quality of the Find 5. The ones that came close were the HTC One and the iPhone 5s. What phone do you think has the best quality?

            • antidumb
              March 19, 2014

              your appraisal is too high
              k900, xperia z, better than find 5 even galaxy s4 still as good as find 5
              find 5 paint job also bad like i told above

            • Airyl
              March 19, 2014

              S4’s build quality wasn’t good for a flagship phone. You could break it by biting it. Xperia Z was and still is pretty fragile. Lenovo K900 had great build quality, but it overheated quite frequently because the processor was still wonky. I’m not saying that the Find 5 is perfect, I’m just saying that it’s my favorite. It’s just an opinion, and I’m providing details about why I like it that much. I don’t mind if you like something else, people should use what they want. 🙂

            • Hoàng Vững
              March 19, 2014

              OK, you are fan of oppo find 5, so hard to tell you about other brand 😀

            • Airyl
              March 19, 2014

              You’re not wrong. I just love the Find 5. I do like other phones too though, like the HTC One (not One Max), Xiaomi Mi3 and Nexus 5. 😀

            • antidumb
              March 19, 2014

              or maybe he just a oppo’s salesman -_-

            • antidumb
              March 19, 2014

              *an

            • Airyl
              March 19, 2014

              If I were Oppo’s salesman, I wouldn’t be promoting the Find 5.

      • antidumb
        March 19, 2014

        oppo has good build quality but not the king/best, the quality as same as other branded phone but their price even higher at same spec

        their phone are not as good as we thought for example quality of body paint job is awful they easily exfoliate, yes the body is solid but just standard just like sony, samsung,lg, lenovo

        • Airyl
          March 19, 2014

          The Find 7 hasn’t been released yet, so I can’t tell much about the build quality. But to me, the Find 5 definitely had better quality than anything that’s come out of Samsung, LG and Lenovo. Apple and HTC come close, and I would have included Sony if the Z1 didn’t break so easily. I understand that others may have different opinions, but to me the Find 5 is the most solid thing I’ve used. I haven’t heard of exofoliating paint before, so thanks for the info. I’ll check that out. On a side note, I don’t think Oppo’s phones are the most expensive, at least not compared to the Nexus 5. If I’m not wrong, an unlocked S5 costs more than the Find 7. Also, if I sound biased, it’s probably because I am. I still do love some good internet arguing though, it’s what I live for.

          • antidumb
            March 19, 2014

            in my country find 5 is significantly more expensive than xperia z,zl,lenovo k900 and even optimus g pro

            i’m not surprise you comparing to samsung they also known as money robber they always charge high for their device

            • Airyl
              March 19, 2014

              Find 5 is more expensive than the Lenovo K900 and Xperia Z in my country too. I just prefer it over the other two. I just like it.

    • iANDROID8.1
      March 19, 2014

      Yep it looks like an improved version of Oppo Find 5 well that’s the trend that been going on right now Oppo, Shamesung, Apple whos next? Sony? For gods sake I hope Sony will not make such unimpressive move like this :/

      • Airyl
        March 19, 2014

        They already did. Have you seen the Xperia Z2? HTC’s also done the same thing with the M8. All things considered, the Find 7 is at least a more needed update since the Find 5 is still running on an S4 pro processor.

  4. Dolvliz
    March 19, 2014

    Anything for an audio quality?

    • March 19, 2014

      Oppo has also turned special attention to the audio characteristics of the phone. It packs special MaxxAudio speakers, which are said to deliver great bass. It comes with a special app dubbed MaxxEq, which will allow you to fine tune the sound as you desire. We are yet to see if Oppo’s MaxxAudio is comparable to the HTC BoomSound soon enough.

      http://www.gsmarena.com/oppo_find_7_is_official_the_first_with_a_qhd_display-news-8072.php

      • njren
        March 19, 2014

        MaxxAudio is a software suite like BBE or Dirac (the latter used on the Find 5), not a set of speakers or a chip.

        • March 19, 2014

          AFAIK Dirac is a combination of hardware + software

          • njren
            March 19, 2014

            No, it’s just software. They “tune” existing hardware using their solutions. Some people get into that “psycho-acoustic” and “sound field technology” stuff; others don’t.

    • iANDROID8.1
      March 19, 2014

      It uses MaxxAudio chip and a designated MaxxAudio app to fine tune the audio 🙂

      • Dolvliz
        March 19, 2014

        sounds good !!, Thanks !!

  5. Hoàng Vững
    March 19, 2014

    Why OPPO always have high price like that?

    • Airyl
      March 19, 2014

      Honestly, I have no idea. It could be a lot lower.

      • zaikatanox
        March 19, 2014

        How could it be a lot lower? 3,500 CNY is roughly equivalent to 565 (or less, depending on Renminbi depreciation). We’re talking about a phone that has Snapdragon 801, 3 GB of RAM and QHD display here.

  6. Simon
    March 19, 2014

    It would be good to compare with OnePlus One (when launched) !

    • Airyl
      March 19, 2014

      Agreed.

  7. aela111
    March 19, 2014

    hello
    can someone tell where i can buy online?
    thanks

  8. Bojan Radovanović
    March 19, 2014

    to expensive…. price in China + VAT, it will be more then 750 USD hire in EU.
    for same price i can buy Xperia Z2 or give litllle more for SGS S5…and have brand name with 2 years of warrenty.

    • Cuerex
      March 19, 2014

      im sure the pricing will be somewhat the same as the oppo n1 outside of china

      • Bojan Radovanović
        March 19, 2014

        if they try to bring it to EU they need to pay VAT, so it will be bigger. and even now, for same price i can buy Nexus 5, G2 or Z1…with 2 years of warrenty.
        i won’t look at phones from china if they do not offer same spec for 30% less money

        • Cuerex
          March 19, 2014

          i still don’t get your point, why is the find 5 299€ and N1 449€ in germany though?

  9. Airyl
    March 19, 2014

    I love it. But deep in my heart, I want to see what One Plus are going to release first. I’m actively considering the IUNI U2 more than this right now, due to budget constraints and design. While I really like the design of the Find 7, the IUNI has that beautiful HTC One + Nexus 5 look that’s just stunning to look at. So many options, so little money.

  10. Niels Rademaker
    March 19, 2014

    I see 4.5 volt in the picture; does that mean the battery has 21.6% more Watt hours than a regular 3.7v battery?

  11. March 19, 2014

    what a piece of junk my God.

  12. Cuerex
    March 19, 2014

    this will be definately my next device after the glorious Galaxy Nexus, i’m just a bit sad that i won’t use my software navbar anymore

  13. njren
    March 19, 2014

    Wonder if Oppo has anything in mind for the USA? Right now there’s a whole lot of nothing in terms of 4G.

    • njren
      March 19, 2014

      Sorry, I see now you’d just need to import one from Mexico ;p

  14. zaikatanox
    March 19, 2014

    Andi, will the Chinese (TD-SCDMA) version also sport Snapdragon 801?

  15. olutobi fasina
    March 19, 2014

    It should have been a 6.5”

  16. ajftl250
    March 19, 2014

    so is it aliexpress the only option to order this asap?

  17. wyzard
    March 23, 2014

    oneplus one has lower specs, I find it funny that some of the people here with negative comments are actually touting phones with mediatek chipsets which is like having a phone that runs dos………ssssslllloooowwwww and lllllaaaaggggggggyyyyyyy…. Mediatek cheap junk will never compete with snapdragon chipsets.