Oppo Find 9 to sport SD810? And are the Find 9 and OP2 based on the same platform?


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Oppo have been extremely quiet with the release of their Oppo Find 9 phone, but details are seeping through here and there such as this tidbit from Chinese phone carriers in Guangzhou.

The Oppo Find 7 was released well over a year ago and O fans are now getting restless as to when the Find 9 will eventually rear its head. Although there are very few leaks about the phone so far there do seem to be a few people in China who know something about the device.

oppo find 9 cat 9 lte

Chinese mobile phone carrier, Guangzhou Mobile, seem to be privy of some of the Oppo Find 9 specifications as they say the phone will support the companies Cat 9 LTE network. In the material the Find 9 is mentioned along with the Le Max 1, and M1 Note which both ship with Snapdragon 810 processors.

We can only hazard a guess as to what the specifications might be for the Find 9, but a 2K display, larger removable battery, 4GB RAM and high-end camera along with a SD810 seem plausible to us.

As mentioned above, the Oppo Find 9 is well overdue and we wonder if this has something to do with the OnePlus 2 release? Are the Find 9 and OP2 based on the same platform? Are Oppo delaying the release of their flagship to prevent spoiling the OnePlus 2 release? Only time will tell.

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8 Comments

  1. pa5t1s
    June 17, 2015

    “SnapDragon 820” ? what’s that beast?

    • June 17, 2015

      It’s the grown up version of the 810. Considering how much controversy there is over the 810, Qualcomm has brought the 820 out earlier than expected. At this point it doesn’t make sense to ship a new phone with an 810 when 820 devices will be out in 3 or 4 months.

      • Rob
        June 17, 2015

        And that’s precicely why the OP2 will ship with the 810. Everyone expected the OPO to ship with the 805 and instead they stuck the 801 in, the same will happen here as they will stick the 810 in when everyone else has moved over to the 820.

        • pa5t1s
          June 17, 2015

          Umm, that’s a serious issue… Do I have to consider waiting for OP3? 🙂

          • Simon
            June 17, 2015

            Give it another year, OnePlus should have fully sorted themselves out by then !

          • June 18, 2015

            You’ll be waiting a long time.There’s always something new on the horizon and 1+ chooses to adopt processors late in their life cycle.

  2. June 17, 2015

    To answer your question, “Are the Find 9 and OP2 based on the same platform?”:

    YES!

    Of course. 1+ only pretends at being independent. They’re really a marketing company that uses their parents hardware.

  3. alex
    August 26, 2015

    it would be really intersting to know if and when the oppo 9 will come out because i am considering to buy huawei nexus but maybe i would prefer the oppo 9