Oppo Find 7 Design leaks, water downs rumors of a 50 megapixel camera


Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo has been teasing the launch of its new upcoming smartphone, the Oppo Find 7 on its social media pages very aggressively, though we still have not yet seen the actual device as they have been teasing its features only. But today on the global design directory reddot 21, we got an opportunity to see how the device will look like and if reddot 21 is to be believed than there will be no 50 megapixel snapper on the back of the oppo find 7, rather just a 13MP with LED Flash.

Oppo Find 7

Oppo Find 7


As the company teased earlier The Oppo Find 7 is to be released in two variants, one with a 2560 x 1440 pixel display and another with a slighlty less 1920 x 1080 pixel screen. Since the smartphone is to be released in two versions the rumors of a 50 megapixel camera cannot be denied completely as it is still possible that the other variant might have come with it.

According to the description provided on the reddot 21, the phone has a metal frame and the “glass and the frame will become seamless,” and there’s “A crescent-shaped breath light is equipped at the bottom of the screen, which will flash and flicker in cool blue when there are missed calls or new text messages. In addition to the convenience it brings to the users, this design makes the front side of the phone no longer mediocre.”

Oppo Find 7 (2)

Oppo Find 7

The description also mention that Oppo Find 7 will be powered by a  “Snapdragon 800 quad-core processer, 5.5 inch 2560*1440 HD screen and 13 megapixel camera, and meanwhile supports TD-LTE 4G network”. 

Oppo is planning to launch its latest high-end phone on 19th march.

Disclaimer – All information provided above is not guaranteed to be true until any official announcement from Oppo, story should be treated as rumor only till then.

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