Chinese manufacturers are known for making some really great mobile devices, but normally their products aren’t released outside the country. Oppo, a well known Chinese manufacturer, has set its sights on global expansion though. It recently announced two new smartphones, the Oppo Find 7 with an eye watering 1,440×2,560 pixel resolution Quad HD 5.5 inch display and the Oppo Find 7a, which offers similar specifications but comes with a full HD display instead. Find 7a has already been released in China and now Oppo wants to open it up to the world.
International pre-orders for Oppo Find 7a start April 7th. Oppo hasn’t revealed the price as yet, but it has said that during the time when its accepting pre-orders, a special promotion will be offered to all customers. It also hasn’t said when shipments will begin after customers place their pre-orders.
There are only subtle differences between the Oppo Find 7 and Find 7a. The former is powered by a 2.5GHz quadcore Snapdragon 801 processor while the latter has a slightly slower 2.3GHz Snapdragon 801. Find 7a has 2GB RAM and a 2,800 mAh battery.
Oppo has said that it will release the Find 7 later this year. It is unclear right now when the Quad HD display touting smartphone will be made available in international markets.