Roughly a year since the debut of their flagship Find 5, rumors are starting to piece together what we can expect to see out of the phone’s followup. According to recent whispers, the Oppo Find 7 could launch with a Snapdragon 805 CPU, Qualcomm’s latest and greatest system-on-a-chip for mobile devices.
Other rumored specs include a whopping 3GB of RAM, a 13MP camera, and — a first from Oppo — 4G LTE support. As to that LTE support, Oppo recently posted an image to their Weibo page with text that translates to “4G LTE, I’m ready!” The message could simply be a response to a recent push to aggressively roll out LTE to Chinese mobile users, but it might double as a tease for the Find 7.
If the Find 7 lives up to its rumored spec sheet, we again could be dealing with a mammoth phone from the feisty mobile manufacturer looking to make a name for itself among the myriad of Android options out there. Unfortunately, that’s exactly the reason why many users outside of China will never have a chance to check out the hardware should it come to fruition.