Oppo Find 7 To Be Offered with Two Different Display Resolutions
We have heard several rumors about Oppo’s plans the launch not one, but two Oppo Find 7 models before the end of this month, but only now that we have an official confirmation we can be sure about that. To be more specific, the company has just posted on its Twitter account a new teaser image clearly mentioning that its device is about to be offered with two different display resolutions, along with the information: “Two models of the Find 7 are coming on March 19” (something that we already know for a while).
Two Different Display Resolutions
As you can see by yourself, this image confirms that Oppo Find 7 will be available in both a premium version and a standard one as well. At this point, it isn’t at all hard to anticipate that the premium one is supposed to come with a 2K resolution (no less than 2560 x 1440 pixels), while the standard one will have the usual a full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels). Moreover, it is also said that the screen on the 2K Oppo Find 7 model will be the one measuring 5.5 inches, while the other version will have a 5-inch screen.
Other Technical Specs
We don’t officially know how the two Oppo Find 7 models are supposed to differ, excepting these different resolutions. Rumor has it that the basic 1080p model will come with a 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 MSM8974, while the QHD model should be equipped with a 2.4GHz Snapdragon 801 MSM8974AC processor, but nothing is known for sure at this point.
Oppo Find 7 is also expected to come with a removable 4000mAh battery and a microSD memory card slot, not to mention those rumors about the possibility of seeing an 50-megapixel camera on the back. But they aren’t yet confirmed, so let’s have some patience and see if they are indeed real.