The Oppo 3007 has popped up on Chinese certification authority TENAA revealing a mid-range variant of the Oppo Find 7. The phone is built around a 4.7" IPS display of 720p resolution and packs a 1.2GHz quad-core CPU and 1GB of RAM.
The camera duet is 8MP and 5MP in the rear and front, respectively. Sadly, the main camera is limited to 720p video recording as suggested by TENAA. Judging from the photos, the back is done in a nice, grippy texture. Another interesting design touch is the green bar at the front. Above it, there are the traditional for Oppo capacitive touch buttons for Menu, Home and Back.
The Oppo 3007 runs Android 4.4.4 KitKat and measures 137.6 x 68.8 x 8.95mm with a weight of 126 grams. There's no information when we should expect the phone to make an official debut.
The company recently unveiled the Oppo N3 cameraphone as well as the ultra thin Oppo R5. While it's unlikely the 3007 to launch by the time for Christmas, it's more than possible to see its launch early 2015.
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You cannot compares CPUs and RAMs like that. In fact, a bigger amount of RAM on a slower CPU can affect the performance more than a bigger amount of RAM on a fast CPU, because when more RAM is available, the phone has to access slower memory areas le...
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