Oppo makes a quad-core phone with a 5-inch, 1080p, 441ppi display
These days Chinese OEMs are really stepping up their game. Huawei, Oppo, Meizu, ZTE are all bringing out phones that have great specs, are on the cheaper side and are changing the game. It’s no wonder that so many other industries have moved to China for production.
Anyway, Oppo’s newest device out in the wild – the Find 5 – is their version of a 5-inch device. After releasing then thinnest phone on the market (the Oppo Finder) the company is now trying to make a ‘slightly smaller than phablet’ device. Yeah, it’s always interesting to see a new range pop-up here and there.
The Oppo Find 5 doesn’t stop at just a 5″ screen though. That display is 1080p and has a 441ppi density – that, friends, means one thing. This display is not something to be messed with. From the looks of things it also looks like Oppo is capable of bezel-less phones too, meaning that Motorola isn’t the only one.
You’d think that with so much effort put into the display Oppo would have to skimp out on the other features. Nope. The Oppo Find 5 also features that powerful quad-core S4 Pro and measures in at just 6.65mm, making it impossibly thin.
I don’t know about you, but boy would I love to see this come down under and give the bigger OEMs a run for their money.