Oppo may not be in your list of manufacturers while looking for a new phone, but the company is trying to make a name for itself. The company is mostly known for making the thinnest phone, the 6.5 mm thin Oppo Finder. Now Oppo Mobile is taking the spotlight by being one of the first to feature a 1080p display in a smartphone.
According to Oppo Mobile CEO Chenming Yong, the Oppo Find 5 is going to have a 1080p display with a stunning 441 ppi pixel density. After making a few calculation, the result is a large 5-inch screen, meaning the Oppo Find 5 is aiming to compete against devices like the Galaxy Note 2 and the rumored HTC “phablet.”
The device continues to be impressively thin, measuring 6.65 mm, just like its predecessor. It is said to be the thinnest quad-core smartphone. Oh yeah, it has a powerful quad-core S4 Pro processor. Other details are scarce at the moment, but we can expect this to be one powerful device.
Who knows, maybe soon Oppo will make it to the big leagues and we might be seeing some of these devices hitting our carriers. Would you give the Oppo Find 5 a chance?
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