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Oppo Find


When rumours of the Oppo N1 were being churned out Oppo were quick to deny what wasn’t correct, so when they themselves start hinting at possible tech on the Oppo Find 7 we should really take notice.

While shopping for new phones in Qingdao’s phone markets today, I discovered the Oppo Find 5 prices had been slashed.

With the recent confirmation that Oppo will be launching the Oppo Find 7 soon, there has been some speculation about the screen size.

Of all the phone brands I find Oppo one of the most tricky to read, as they are one of the more innovative and risk taking brands out there, however let’s give the Oppo Find 7 specifications a try.

Oppo’s wonderful Find 5 is almost 12 months old now and to kick off the celebrations Oppo have released a Find 7 teaser.

Quick! If you could name all the parts you would like to see in your dream phone what would they be? Ok now keep reading to see if your wish list matches the rumoured specifications of the Oppo Find 7.

The fastest growing open source variant of Android, OmniROM, has announced that its nightly builds for its version of Android 4.4 (KitKat) now supports several …

Well it’s not the Oppo Find 7, but it could be classed as a true Oppo Find 5 Mini! The image above which was released by Oppo earler today has been confimed as the Oppo R829!

China’s Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center has leaked yet another interesting phone, this time the long rumoured Oppo Find 5 Mini, or Oppo R827T as it’s officially known!

Earlier today Oppo posted the above image on their Official Weibo account spurring many questions, the most important being “is this the Oppo Find 7?”

Proving that they really do look after their fans Oppo have launched a new initiative allowing 10 lucky fans to receive an Oppo N1 for just $99!

Changhong, known throughout China for the televisions, is attempting to break in to the Android phone market with the Changhong Z9 with impressive specs and large battery.

Oppo and CyanogenMod’s partnership has already kicked of with the first stable release of the alternative Android ROM for the Oppo Find 5.

Vivo are one of the most innovative phone makers in China and their Xplay is one of the most feature packed devices, the Xplay 2, however will boast more!

Tonight’s big news is obviously going to be the launch of the Oppo N1, but what can else can we expect from this up and coming smartphone maker?

Oppo Find 5 developers have managed to bring Android 4.3 to the Oppo Find 5.

Oppo have been pretty forthcoming about the Oppo N1 and now they are even disclosing details about the Oppo Find 7.

The Oppo N1 will launch after the Meizu MX3 and Xiaomi Mi3, but leaks and teasers for the new phone are coming in thick and fast.

An online poll asks which Android phone maker do you support, interestingly China’s Oppo is currently in the lead!

With Oppo’s rise to international fame a very active community of developers have popped up, one of whom is working to bring Ubuntu Touch to the excellent Find 5!