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Oppo Find 7 launched: 50 MP Photos, Quad HD Display And Much More

Question asked by Divyanshu Sharma in #Coffee Room on Mar 19, 2014
Divyanshu Sharma
Divyanshu Sharma · Mar 19, 2014
Member of CrazyEngineers
Oppo, the Chinese electronics' manufacturer launched Find 7 in Beijing earlier in the day. The technology forums had seen a lot of build up prior to the launch, mostly surrounding the anticipated super features that would boost the then awaited Find 7. Lets say that the expectations have been fulfilled as the newly launched smart phone packs a series of goodies. The attention garnered by the phone is highly attributed to the massive 50 Mega-Pixel image creation feature.

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Find 7 actually comes with a 13 Mega-Pixel Sony CMOS IMX214 with a lens of f/2.0 aperture and a LED flash. It is this feature called Super Zoom that does the thing by taking 10 consecutive shots rapidly and choosing best 4 to combine them into a 50 Mega-Pixel image. The device uses image signal processor Pure Image 2.0 for this purpose. However, it is reported that the resulting image quality is appreciable. The camera is also capable of recording a 4 K video and 720 p slow motion clips at 120 fps. RAW mode and HDR capable GIF creation are other features completing the camera specs, some of which can also be used through the 5 Mega-Pixel front camera.

The 5.5" display is covered by Gorilla Glass 3. Find 7 has been launched in two variants differentiated by the price tags. The Find 7a or the Find 7 Lite is powered by 2.3 GHz Snapdragon 800 processor coupled with 2 GB RAM and 16 GB internal storage. Whereas, its costlier sibling dons a 2.5 GHz Snapdragon 801 processor with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB internal storage. Find 7a and Find 7 differ in battery power as well, with the earlier equiped with battery power of 2800mAh and the latter with that of 3000mAh. Find 7 boasts of a 'highly-talked-of' quad HD(2560 x 1440) display over Find 7a's 1080p display.

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The device will run Color OS 1.2 which is a custom ROM based on Android 4.3. Other features include micro SIM slot, LTE radio for Chinese, European and US models and 3G for Indonesian model, VOOC rapid charging system, etc. Find 7a, priced at 499 USD(approx.), can be ordered from mid-April and the premium model Find 7 is tipped to be available by May or June at a price tag of 599 USD(approx).

Do let us know about your take on the devices from a user perspective in the comments below.

Sources: Engadget | GSMArena Posted in: #Coffee Room
Abhishek Rawal
Abhishek Rawal · Mar 22, 2014
Linux and Telecom professional
2560x1440 pixels in 7" screen, that is equal to 538 PPI ! 😲
lal
lal · Mar 22, 2014
Member of CrazyEngineers
Abhishek Rawal
2560x1440 pixels in 7" screen, that is equal to 538 PPI ! 😲
And who can spot the difference? 😁 No one looks at the display through a microscope! An unwanted stuff on a handheld, I believe. May be just to 'boast' 😁
Abhishek Rawal
Abhishek Rawal · Mar 22, 2014
Linux and Telecom professional
lal
And who can spot the difference? 😁 No one looks at the display through a microscope! An unwanted stuff on a handheld, I believe. May be just to 'boast' 😁
Totally agreed. On paper it looks quite epic compared to all top company devices which ship with 300-350 PPI.

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