Oppo might not be one to hide all the information about their upcoming products, already declaring they are making the Find 7 and it will be the successor of the Find 5, to be released sometime next year.
Oppo has been silent since the first announcement, leaving very little idea on what smartphone we can expect on the inside and out. A new leaked document may have some information, including the new Snapdragon 805 processor and a 2560 x 1440 display on Oppo’s next flagship.
This would peg the Oppo Find 7 with other high-end devices coming in 2014, including Samsung’s Galaxy S5, LG G3 and the Sony Xperia Z2. All of these smartphones are said to be coming sometime between February and May and Oppo may follow suit.
Other features on the Oppo Find 7 include 3GB of RAM and a 13MP rear camera, Oppo will also be adding LTE to the device and on the software side it should come running Android KitKat 4.4, with Color OS on top and the possible option of CyanogenMod.
The Oppo R1 has been leaked recently, showing a new camera design to take advantage of low light images. This could be a high-end smartphone, like the Oppo N1, but not the big flagship Oppo is going to keep annual.
As for price and availability, Oppo will probably try to get this out to all countries possible. The Find 5 stayed in China for way too long and when it came to the US and Europe, it was already over six months old.
The Oppo N1 has moved past this China-only model and will ship out to Europe and the US in December, a few months after exclusivity in China. We may see the Oppo Find 7 unveiled at a European conference show and then released worldwide straight away.
Price will be competitive against other flagships and may be a little cheaper, the Oppo Find 5 was significantly cheaper than the Galaxy S4.