We know that Oppo is being quite open regarding the Find 7's specifications and keeps little for the actual announcement of the phone at the end of the month. Earlier Oppo confirmed there will be two versions of the Find 7 and today the Chinese phonemaker detailed the lower-standing full HD model's key specs.
The lower-resolution version of the Find 7 will be powered by a Snapdragon 800 chipset (with a quad-core Krait CPU), 2GB of RAM and will pack 16GB of internal storage. As for the main camera, there are rumors from earlier of a 50MP snapper, but Oppo is still mum about it. However, the company says in the photo the FHD Find 7 packs a 5MP front-facing camera. Still, the Chinese company could be saving the big surprise for its higher-end Find 7 model with a QHD display.
Additionally, rumors are floating around that the phone is going to sale for CNY3,000, which is below $500. If true, the upcoming phone from Oppo renegades OnePlus, is going to have a solid competition in the segment.
No region locking, no Knox, no screen that get a burn-in after a few months (AMOLED), lower price, less bloated software, etc.
This would be a better choice http://www.gsmarena.com/buy_a_governmentsecure_blackberry_for_2770-news-7999.php
Oh, you must be having a paranoia sickness. Go buy an iPhone and be a good boy.