Oppo have really embraced the idea of Mini versions of their phones, with a Mini Find 5 released, Oppo N1 Mini on the way and now the Oppo R6007 Find 7 mini.
Unlike the Find 5 mini which looked like the original Oppo Find 5 but had a Mediatek processor, the Oppo R6007 gets a 1.6Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor. The screen has been reduced from 5.5-inch on the flagship Find 7 to a 4.7-inch 1280 x 720 unit, RAM is 1GB and there is a micro SD card slot incase the 8GB on-board storage isn’t enough.
The Find 7 mini will measure in at 137 x68 x 7.75mm with a 2140mAh battery and a weight of just 128g. ColorOS based on Android 4.3 is installed as standard and should bring some of the same camera features to the 8 mega-pixel rear camera as found on the Find 7.
China is the only confirmed market for the phone where it will go on sale on the 3rd June for around $288, other Asian markets could follow soon after.