OPPO fans in UK, it looks like your holiday this time around is going to be extra special and sweet, as the pre-orders for the OPPO Find 7 have started on Amazon UK. If you place your order now there is a good chance that your smartphone will be the center of attention these holidays. Wouldn’t you just love flaunting your new smartphone, and making your holiday special with this oh-so-sweet treat to yourself?
Some people may be wondering what OPPO is? OPPO is a China based company, who ventured into the smartphone arena in 2008. Currently the company is one of the leading smartphone manufacturers in China, claiming a market share of 15.2%. This has to do with the company’s relentless mission bring the latest, high quality user friendly technology to its users. This aspect they have proved when they manufactured in 2012, the OPPO Finder, a 6.65 mm smartphone, the slimmest one for that time. They do have a knack of making unique devices, like the smartphones N1 &n3 being equipped with a rotating camera.
OPPO Find 7 sports a 5.5 inch QHd display, and 538ppi pixel display. The device will be equipped with a 2.5 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor and a 3GB RAM and an internal memory of 16 and 32 GB, which is extendable. The smartphone features a 13MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera. The batteries of the device are removable and a solid titanium-aluminum alloy frame.
As far as the price of the OPPO Find 7 go, the 16 GB device will sell it for $500 USD, and the 32 GB counterpart will sell on $595 USD. The prices and the specifications put the smartphone in the high end premium category.
What the company brings next is anyone’s guess, but looking at its manufacturing history, it will be something innovative and unique that will push the envelope for its competitors in the international market.
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