It looks like Oppo has a slew of products they are planning on launch in the early part of 2014. We have been teased mercilessly about the Find 7, Oppo’s phablet device with a 2K display, and now thanks to a photo uploaded by Oppo’s Indonesian fan page, the company is teasing an upcoming handset called the Oppo Neo. While the exact specifications of the handset remain unknown, there are several specs of the device that was teased in the image above, such as its 4.5” IPS display, a Quick Reach mode, and Gloves mode, with the latter suggesting that the handset can be used even with gloves on which is pretty handy during the winter season.
Quick Reach mode is a gesture that allows users to trigger a variety of features, although what exactly can be done with Quick Reach on the phone remains to be seen. There is also no telling when Oppo will announce the Neo, but given that we’re only a month or so away from MWC 2014, perhaps the Chinese company will take that opportunity to announce the Neo then, and hopefully along with the Find 7. Given that Oppo’s handsets for the most part are also released in China exclusively, there’s no indication that this will change with the Oppo Neo, but hopefully information regarding availability and pricing will be revealed in the near future.
- 2014-04-11: Oppo R1 Drops By The FCC
- 2014-04-07: Oppo Find 7a Pre-Order Going For $499 Apiece
- 2014-04-01: Oppo Find 7a Pre-Order Comes With Goodies
- 2014-03-30: Oppo Find 7a International Pre-Orders Begin April 7th
- 2014-03-23: Oppo Find 7a Outscores Find 7 On Benchmark Graphics Test