On March 19, Chinese phone-maker Oppo has announced not one, but two phones. The Find 7a — which we’ve already reviewed — and the Find 7, which has just arrive in our Pocketnow labs. The differences between the two are not many, but they are crucial, as the Find 7 was actually the first 2K (QHD) phone to be announced (nota bene, not the first one available though).
That being said, this is the Oppo Find 7, joining the 2K display game, where others like the LG G3 (review / rebuttal), and Samsung Galaxy S5 LTE-A (aka Prime) — which we’re currently testing — are already present. So, what’s different from the Find 7a? A Quad HD screen (5.5-inches), a faster Snapdragon 801 processor (quad-core, clocked at 2.5GHz), more RAM (3GB), more storage (32GB), and a larger battery (3,000mAh).
The retail packaging speaks premium, reminding us of how Apple presents its products. The box contains a charger, USB cable, headphones, extra gels, documentation, battery, and, of course, the phone. To see all of that in action, check out our Oppo Find 7 unboxing below!