Phonemaker Oppo used its official Weibo account to put up a banner teasing its upcoming flagship the Find 7. There, Oppo also confirms that the Find 7 will launch in early 2014.
Last week, Oppo Find 7 had its specifications leaked, suggesting it'll be featuring Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 805 chipset. If true, this will be the company's first smartphone will LTE support. Further rumored specifications include 3GB of RAM and a 5.7" display of 2560x1440 pixel resolution. With specs like this, though, we expect the phone is going to also pack at least 32GB of onboard memory as well as a large battery that'll provide enough juice for such monstrous specs.
Oppo hasn't shown the actual phone just yet, so we don't know how it'll look like, but seeing the company's record so far, we have little reason to doubt it will be a looker.
We'll keep you updated about any new information on the Oppo 7 that we get.
not 1480p its 2k res
OPPO find 7 would be the best phone if not delayed more for more than Q1-2014
They already said on G+ that it's not going to be 5.7"