Oppo will be launching its Find 7 high-end Android smartphone on 19 March 2014 in an event in Beijing, the Chinese company has been teasing the device for a while now and the latest teaser joins HTC and Nokia at poking fun at the newly announced Samsung Galaxy S5 although, not in such an obvious way as the other two company.
In the latest teaser image, Oppo teased an image of what looks like a numerical equation that says 7 is greater than five. They could be referring to their own current Find 5 smartphone but judging from how the 5 (or is that an “S”?) was written, I think it’s safe to say that they are referring to the S5. Oppo also released another teaser showing off a microSD slot on the phone, and possibly a removable battery that can be accessed via a special SIM-eject lookalike tool. A couple of days ago, Oppo posted a teaser video about the upcoming video on YouKu so check it out via this link.
For a little refresher, the Oppo Find 7 will feature a 5.5” QHD display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 offering a pixel density of 538ppi. Unlike the Oppo N1 that was just launched in our shores not too long ago, it will come with LTE on board.
Looking forward to see what Oppo has got to offer? We definitely are.