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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Apple's release of iOS 7.1 to compatible devices, and all the list of changes. Then we talk about Google and its plan to launch a new Android SDK that can support wearables. Then we go through the future of the Google Chromecast and how we'll most likely see it internationally soon. Then we talk about the LG G3 and the rumors of it going water and dust-proof. We end today's show talking about the rumors of a possible leak of an Oppo Find 7. All this and more after the break. Stories: - Apple releases iOS 7.1 to compatible devices, download ...

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    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 ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Apple's announcement of CarPlay, which are its plans to take over your car's dashboard. Nokia follows the news as famous tipster Evleaks is claiming that there is a Windows Phone 8.1 Nokia Martini in the works. Windows Phone and Android follow the news as we should get the first legal dual-booting smartphone in the next couple of months. Oppo is next as we go through the rumors of a possible 50 megapixel camera on the future Find 7. We end today's show talking about Samsung's announcement of Samsung Galaxy Gifts, which it plans to use to save ...

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    Many of us were expecting MWC 2014 to be full of the innovations that we didn't get. Smartphones with 2K displays, and significant camera improvements were just some of the things we predicted, and no company delivered. By contrast, the only company that has teased these features on an upcoming handset is Oppo with its Find 7, and a new rumor has just made this device even more attractive. A leaked image taken by this phone according to the EXIF data claims that the resulting photo is of 8160x6120 resolution. If you do the math, this would require a 50 megapixel sensor in order to ...

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    Despite recent rumors of an MWC unveiling, it looks like the Oppo Find 7 will miss the Barcelona show floor for its unveiling. The company has officially confirmed some of the specs of the upcoming smartphone -- among which the screen size and resolution -- and now it appears that Oppo has also confirmed the date and place of the launch, though the message required some deciphering. Oppo China has posted the image below which reveals that the Find 7 will be unveiled in Beijing on March 19, 2014. How does it actually reveal that? Well, Ronaldo's jersey has the "7", the barcode reveals the ...

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    I remember my reaction when the first 1080p smartphone – the HTC J Butterfly, which later came to the US as the DROID DNA – was officially announced. I couldn't believe a 1080p display in a 5-inch device was actually happening. I had been reading about such high-res displays in rumors for months, but I assumed it would be at least another year before an OEM actually upgraded to a full HD screen. I also whimsically joked about the first 4K smartphone, not knowing how probable that would actually be in the years ahead. HTC had just released the first smartphone with a 720p display just ...

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    Oppo already confirmed the 5.5-inch QHD screen (2560x1440 resolution) for the upcoming Find 7 and rumors are trying to fill in the blanks with the rest of the specs, which might include a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.3GHz, 3GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, as well as a 13MP/5MP camera system for the back and front, respectively. The company confirmed its presence at the upcoming MWC in Barcelona, and recent reports from China claim that the show is where the Find 7 will be officially unveiled. The price is rumored to be CNY3,598 (about $595), but the ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Oppo's Find 7, and all the details we've wanted to know about its 2K display. Then we talk about LG due to some rumors of the G3, aside from possible wearable items. Samsung is next as we first talk about rumors of a new Galaxy Camera on its way. We also talk about the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 that just landed at the FCC. We end today's show talking about some legal problems that HTC is giving to their previous VP of design due to leaks. All this and more after the break. Stories: - Oppo Find 7 display size, 2K resolution, confirmed - LG G3: ...

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    The Oppo Find 7 has been both rumored, leaked, and teased by the manufacturer itself, and the latest information we received via the official Twitter account was a confirmation of its 2K screen. At that point, about the only unknown variable of the Find 7's screen was the actual size of the display, something Oppo addresses in its latest teaser. 5.5-inches, that's how big the display will be, and, at a resolution of 2560x1440, that will result in a PPI rating of 538. Furthermore, Oppo claims that the Find 7 with its 5.5-inch screen will feel like a five-inch device, meaning the phone will ...

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    Our apology for some technical difficulties in publishing this. The video has been live on YouTube since yesterday. Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the new rumors on the Oppo Find 7 with its 2K display. Then we shift our focus towards Nokia as things don't seem positive when it comes to their 8.3-inch tablet plans, even though Microsoft's 8-inch Surface is rumored to bring some innovative things. Samsung is next, this time because the company has shifted their marketing strategy, and that even includes plans for retail stores. We then cover the rumors of Google's EnergySense ...

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    For a few weeks now we've been talking about Oppo and its upcoming Find 7 smartphone. Like we've been getting signs of lately with devices from other Southeast Asian OEMs, these rumors quickly wrapped themselves up in the idea of a 2K display – a hefty 2560 x 1440 resolution – along with other similarly high-end specs. Today we finally see Oppo itself confirm that 2K resolution, but even as we get that answer, some new questions are popping up about just what size that panel might be. That's Oppo's teaser image up top, posted to Twitter last night. While it's crystal clear about that ...

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    Last we heard about the Oppo Find 7 was when rumors of it allegedly upcoming specs got leaked: you have every reason to be excited about this upcoming phone, if the internals will match the leaked info. Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 SoC, 5.7-inch screen with 2560 x 1440 resolution, 3GB of RAM, 13-megapixel main camera, five-megapixel front-facer, and LTE support. Now Oppo took it to its Weibo page to tease the Find 7, as not only an acknowledgement of its existence, but as a confirmation of its imminent release. Well, we used the word "imminent" in a broad sense, because the teaser, as seen ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the new Asus PadFone Mini launch, and why you shouldn't really care about it. We then talk bout CyanogenMod 11.0 M1, and what this means for the current Nexus line-up. Oppo is next as their future Find 7 plans to be the first smartphone to run the Snapdragon 805 processor, aside from a great display. Then we talk about Samsung's plans to bring us a 1080p Windows Phone early next year, even if Samsung Windows Phones have never been hot. We end today's show talking about Apple's iBeacon service for Apple Stores. All this and more after the ...

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    A few weeks back we heard Qualcomm announce its most advanced mobile SoC to date, the Snapdragon 805. With a new GPU, it sounded pretty great, but a raw chip doesn't do any of us much good until someone builds a phone around it. So, who's game? While this is very much still in the “rumor” department, we get word today that Oppo could be one of the first OEMs to eye the 805, with plans to place the chip in its upcoming Find 7 Android. Suggested hardware specs for the Find 7 (Find 5 pictured up top) are pretty darn impressive-sounding: besides the Snapdragon 805, the phone might get a ...

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