On March 19, Oppo is going to unveil its next flagship, dubbed the Find 7. The company has given us hints in the recent past (concerning some of the features on the upcoming device), and the most recent talks about not one, but two phones, and the main differentiator seems to be the screen resolution: Full HD vs 2K (QHD/quad-HD). We’ve also heard some “outrageously” exciting rumors of a 50MP camera, but before you get your hopes too high, check out the image above.
While there’s still more than a week to go until the phones’ unveiling, what seems to be an official render of the phone has popped up on the internet. While we can’t spot that 50MP shooter (instead, a 13MP camera is being hinted in the description), we can’t just wave it off, since we know that there will be two versions of the phone. One theory is that the 1080p version will have a “regular” camera, while the higher-resolution device will sport the rumored 50MP sensor.
The description talked (taken down) about a metal frame, “seamless” integration between the glass and the frame, as well as a “crescent-shaped” LED at the bottom (check the image below). Aside from that, we’re expecting the two resolutions mentioned above, a Snapdragon 800/801 processor, 13MP(?)/50MP (?) imaging system, and powerhouse internals in addition to the aforementioned.