Eagerly awaiting the arrival of Oppo’s luxury level Find 7 smartphone? Thanks to global design directory Red Dot, we have a sneak preview of what the mobile will look like, and it’s sporting a refined and minimal style. According to the listing that has appeared online, the mobile will, as rumored, feature a 5.5-inch screen with a whopping 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution.
The camera is listed as a 13-megapixel model though, some way short of the 50-megapixel snapper that we had been hearing about from the rumor mill. Either the rumors were wrong or there are multiple models in the works. The front and back of the Find 7 follow a discreet, understated style, and there’s a crescent-shaped “breath light” down at the bottom of the display for alerting you to notifications from the phone and its apps.
If you’re just getting up to speed with the Oppo Find 7 story, the device has been officially confirmed as on the way by its manufacturer, and a launch event is already scheduled to take place on March 19. 4G LTE is expected to be on board, while the Red Dot listing points to a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor.
While it’s not a big player in the mobile market, Oppo has raised one or two eyebrows with its quirky and innovative handsets. You may recall the Oppo N1, which includes a rotating camera, rear-mounted touch panel and a modded version of Android. The Find 7’s immediate predecessor the Find 5, meanwhile, appeared in December 2012.