Oppo Find 7 with QHD screen now up for pre-order in China, launches on May 29
The Oppo Find 7 was announced in mid-March, and its cheaper version (with ‘just’ a 1080p Full HD screen) went on sale in China the day after the unveiling. That SKU, also known as the Find 7a, has even been up for order internationally already.
However, the true flagship in Oppo’s portfolio, the actual Find 7, better known as the model with a 2,560×1,440 touchscreen (QHD), has so far been missing in action. Now though the Chinese company has started taking pre-orders for this beast, yet only in China.
If you are over there and have to have the Find 7, then you can head to Tmall and pre-order one now. The release date seems to be set at May 29, which is a bit over three weeks from today. That’s quite some time to wait, but not more than you’ve already had to go through since March, obviously.
The QHD Oppo Find 7 should make its way to international markets at some point after the China launch – we’re guessing this will happen in June at the earliest.
In China, the Find 7 is priced at 3,498 yuan (which means about $561 or €402 at the current exchange rates), but elsewhere it will be sold for $599.
Aside from the screen resolution, compared to the Find 7a the Find 7 has a higher clocked processor (2.5 GHz compared to 2.3 GHz), 1 extra GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage (and not 16), and a 3,000 mAh battery (up from 2,800 on the cheaper model).