too costly for people like me...sad..waiting for new cheaper version indeed!!
Move Point, 29 Aug 2014Great specs especially for this price. There is several disadvantages though, like the OS vers... moreVOCC Charging is blazing fast, from 10% managed to get it to 92% after 35mins. You'll get about 6-7 hours on one full charge for slighty heavy user
Great specs especially for this price. There is several disadvantages though, like the OS version(Jelly Bean instead of KitKat) then here is the usb version ( 2.0 vs 3.0 ) the Li-Po battery is good but 3000 mAh is not eough for this hardware and i don't want to charge every 4 hours ( i don't care how fast is it) if is possible XD
sushanta, 28 Aug 2014wher the service center &the cost is how muchIt is 37000 rupees in India
endytyo, 27 Aug 2014There is't a led but 1300 light particle, first in the worldOf course you can change the colour to anything.
As long as it's blue :)
shark world, 09 Aug 2014Oppo find 7can change led notification or not?? With another colour There is't a led but 1300 light particle, first in the world
I do have Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Smartgear. Am still want to use my smartgear with Oppo7a. Can I pair the two devices?
I want to know.. compare find seven and vivo x3s,which one its better??
some one tell me x3s vivo its better.. its that right???
I recently used z1 z2 s5 and m8 but curently used oppo find 7 the phone is amazing at that price many feature on that one mobile camere are best and selfia camera is the best all over smart phone oppo 7 is the best phone to recently phone
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2014>touchwiz is more 'mature' than colorOS
Terribly vague and terribly wrongIt is in quotes as it's meant that it's been there for a much longer time, with Samsung being in the business longer than Oppo.
Stability and crapware wise - Touchwiz is rubbish.
That said, Oppo has some different way of managing the apps and widgets, which are very different from others, and it takes some getting used to for those that used other brands before.
But yes, I should have put it inside 4 quotes instead of just double quotes...
I bought Find 7A as a gift for my wife which at that time considering Samsung S5 as well iPhone 5S. At first I doubt that it is on the same level of processing as well camera quality result. Finally the seller @ the shop do a selphi using all 3 phone as find 7A is amazing. Than the next question came out... Hows the performance of the phone and again is amazing the phone is very responsive and I have no complaint. In comparison to the price... well why I would change my wife 7A to Samsung S5 and or iPhone 5S with only USD 500 I get on equal level by par with those flagship phone but yet it is by far almost half of the price. So, it is a job well done to Oppo and I will not hesitate change my HTC one M7 into Find 7A next month following my wife!
jen, 15 Aug 2014hi all! i want to buy new phone. which one better? oppo 7 or s5? That's a hard question to answer. Both have pros and cons.
Having both in front of me now, I would say this way:
Samsung S5 has slightly better camera resolution, which can in some situations resolve more details. But Oppo Find7 has better image processing (in my opinion) and produces better end result.
S5 is waterproof (to a point), Find7 isn't. The battery on S5 lasts considerably longer than on Find7, but Find7 has a sharper screen, and about the same colourful as the S5 (regardless what Samsung advertises for their SuperAMOLED).
Both are very smooth, maybe S5 OS is more "mature" than Find7, but at the same time, Oppo has put in many of the same functionality, while it does not flood you with the crapware that Samsung sticks in and can't be removed.
Oppo also sends out the updates far more often than Samsung, so if there's an issue, chances are better on Find7 that it would get fixed than on S5, where you'd be lucky with one update per year.
When it comes to apps compatibility, both run the same. I haven't seen any difference.
So biggest grudge is over battery life. If that bothers you, then you may wish to consider Find 7a, with same great build quality and near identical performance, just 2 vs. 3 GB RAM, 16 vs 32 GB space (but same up to 128 GB microSD expansion to overcome that), and theoretically marginally slower CPU. But several times longer battery life, and a quarter lower price tag.
vishal Naveen , 18 Aug 2014Cool.. Is it having enough battery back up?? The camera quality?? In my opinion camera quality is very good. Build quality is also marvellous.
The ColorOS is … I don't know, maybe because I am used to ZenUI, HTC Sense or Samsung's crap I don't find it very intuitive, but the gestures, of being able to draw something on the screen (even when turned off) to go directly to that app is great.
Battery is … not the best. I mean, with so power hungry screen and graphic processor that's no wonder, but don't go out of the house without a power bank, and don't forget a charger when on travel.
I have both 7 and 7a, and while 7a lasts 2 days on charge, the 7… well… let's say I charge it 2x per day. And that's pretty bad record.
I can't say that I see much of sharpness improvement between the 2 phones, nor any real speed advantage of Find7 over 7a. Both are amazingly fast, my tired eyes aren't good enough to differentiate between FullHD and 2k screen. But what I did notice was that on 7a, the screen space is much better used than on 7. There's a lot of wasted space on 7.
Other than that - the charger really fills battery to 75% in half an hour (on both models), and takes another 45 minutes or so to make it to 100%. Obviously that's only with that bundled 4.5 mAh charger. Charging from USB port though… no, don't even try.
I did have one problem that just got fixed - on both phones - and that was way oversensitive screen. When you want to scroll, it would open links, etc. Well, I am glad to say that Oppo just released a 100 MB update which fixed that.
So this leaves one grudge over the phone, and that's over dimly illuminated buttons at the bottom - you can only see them in the dark, if you're outside, you'll never even notice them. And possibly a little on the low side audio volume for the calls - it is perfectly crisp and clear, but a quite a bit lower on volume than other phones I have. Again, this goes for both, although I feel 7 is somewhat louder than 7a. Speakerphone is fine though.