When it comes to local Android flagships, Aussies have a good number of choices available to them. LG have been more on the ball this time round, pushing for their G3 on all major carriers and improving its presence.
Is there room for the new kid on the block in OPPO Mobile and their top-tier Find 7 handset? Read on to find out.
Rumours are going round that Chinese manufacturer, Oppo are looking set to release their follow up to their S4 Pro, 1080p flagship – the Oppo Find 5. The Find 7 is expected to take on the current crop of flagships and emerging ones as its release is slated for September.
Improving upon the already impressive Find 5’s specs, the word is the Find 7 will feature a 5-inch 1080p display, NFC and Bluetooth 4.0. The real kickers are the supposed inclusion of Qualcomm’s powerhouse 800 chip, which could be clocked at 2.3GHz, 2GB of RAM, a 13 megapixel rear and 8 megapixel front shooter, and to top it off – a 4,000mAh battery.
A battery of that capacity would certainly ...
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 ...