Editorial

Specs Sheet: How Does the Oppo Find 7 Fare Against the Galaxy S5, Xperia Z2 and LG G Pro 2?

Comments (7)
  1. ocshing says:

    The sentence, “The Find 7 and Find 7a will be priced at 2998 and 3498 Yuan respectively, which at the time of writing would convert to around RM1590 and RM1850. ” ……..see the error?

    1. Reaver says:

      That would make the flagship model cheaper than the lower specced model, won’t it? Better get the flagship model then… 😀

    2. Pang Tun Yau says:

      Fixed. Thanks for pointing it out!

  2. Jun Jun Yap says:

    color os, which is develop in China will find no GMS at all, like all lenovo and huawei phone, yes?

  3. kw says:

    Not always but most of the time you paid for what you get. That’s why Chinese company who is selling you cheaper will not always be good. There might have service issues, slower software updates? Just something always be there.

  4. Andrew says:

    Cheap it certainly is. Poor quality? Hardly.

    Been using the 7a for three weeks now, and I must say it really is value for money. Coming out from under HTC’s spell, this phone really shows you that there is another smartphone
    world out there.

    Only complaints are headset volume a little low, not too great standby time and an immature operating system.

    The sound quality is good overall. Just wished the headphones max volume is slightly higher. The fast charger makes up for the standby time. I think the low pricing might be a clever ploy to get free software development. With more phones sold, developers will find an audience for their development skills.

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