2K OPPO Find 7 now available in India via Flipkart for $625

1 million Moto G phones, about 100,000 Xiaomi Mi 3 and a lot more Samsung, ASUS and other brand phones is what Flipkart has sold in the past few months. All that amounts to some serious business, if you ask me.

After announcing a partnership with the .in wing of Amazon in India, OPPO today declared that their current flagship, the 2K OPPO Find 7 will be available via Flipkart, the nation’s largest e-retailer.

We reviewed the Find 7 a few weeks back, and really got to love the device during the review period. The 2560 x 1440p screen is a charm, and the 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 makes sure you’re on top of your game always. The only gripe that we had with the Find 7, like the Find 5, is the lack of a decent battery life. OPPO try to make up for that with super-fast aka VOOC charging, that charges your phone from 0-75% in just 30min.

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For India, the 2K Find 7 is priced at 37,990 INR or $625, as announced by OPPO during the launch event a couple of months back. The Find 7 makes a strong case against other flagships such as the LG G3, etc. but hold an edge for being one of the first 2K phones to be available.

In related news, OPPO recently announced that the company would be heading to Aussie shores on September 2nd.

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  1. Adam Irvine
    August 26, 2014

    It’s just soooooooooooooooo overpriced really… I mean, I know the spec is good and all that, but they’re pricing it up with the likes of the LG G3… (give or take a few £’s here and there…) I really do believe it should be cheaper than that!

    I wonder what the sales figures look like for the Find7..?

    • Abir
      August 26, 2014

      Totally agree with you, all things considered the G3 is a better phone, has a better design, better developer support, better UI(arguably) and a larger after sales support network. OPO, Xiaomi are getting a lot of attention and press coverage because of their VFM proposition, if OPPO continue their pricing strategy I fear they will wither away in a few years.

      • Adam Irvine
        August 26, 2014

        I wouldn’t give them a few years with their current pricing! It’s funny really, if all the rumours are true and the main man of OnePlus was something to do with Oppo then he’s really showing Oppo how to do it as they have the right pricing model for a good spec phone!

        I mean, yes the Oppo Find7 is a good spec phone, but there is better out there on the performance/cost ratio side of things and it’s pretty huge in comparison to the LG G3 too!

        My money would be with the G3 any day (just look at those bezels!!!), but as I didn’t have that sort of money to start with and I was lucky enough to get an Early Supporter invite from OnePlus, I’m really really happy with my OnePlus One 🙂 (Genuinely love it!!!)

        I really do think Oppo should take a long hard look at themselves if they actually want to be a functional part of this Mobile Devices from China future that’s currently being developed as they’re losing ground every minute this way…

  2. eliHd
    August 26, 2014

    Do not buy Oppo! Unless yo know how to root and enjoy putting different roms on your phone. I have oppo find 7a and am very angry at Oppo. It’s the only $500 phone with android 4.3jb in 2014! Absolutely ridiculous!!