OPPO R1001, an entry-level OPPO spotted at the FCC

OPPO only announced their flagship Find 7 about a week back, but the company seems keen on keeping things rolling.

Another smartphone from the OPPO stable, the R1001 was just spotted at the FCC featuring entry-level specifications. The R1001 (expect a prettier sounding name at launch) comprises an unheard-of variant of the MediaTek MT6572, the MT6572A which operates at up to 1.2GHz and has two Cortex A7 cores. There’s the usual Mali-400 GPU to take care of the graphics along with a 1700mAh battery to supply juice.


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FCC documents suggest there will be a WCDMA variant of the device which might release before a TD-SDCMA compatible one does. No word on screen size, but you can expect it to be in the 4-4.5-inch range, typical for a MediaTek powered entry-level device.

OPPO has been expanding to markets established and emerging, we believe this one’s better made for the latter.

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  1. Airyl
    March 27, 2014

    Oppo in Malaysia has been pretty successful so far, or at least to some extent. Hopefully this model comes here, along with the Find 7s.

  2. Lz OPPO
    March 30, 2014

    Clone of R821 . Extra Led Flash ^^