For being one of the smaller Android OEMs, we’ve gotta hand it to Oppo — they’ve somehow managed to do a pretty good job at getting the hype train rolling for their upcoming Oppo Find 7. A smartphone touting a 2K display and Oppo’s trademark premium build quality, the Chinese smartphone maker is said to unveil the device in 2 different versions — one with 1080p, the other with 2K — during their March 19th event in Beijing, China.
If there was any clue the Oppo Find 7 aims to impress, look no further than the invites Oppo has been sending out to press. Video instructions on exactly how to operate the invite (yeah, it’s that crazy) were posted online today. In the video, a box containing a prism like item is extracted, along with some documentation providing QR codes to download a companion app (for Android and iOS). Once downloaded to an Android device, the phone is then placed face down on the prism where a video will play through the prism. This is nothing more than an invite, folks. Over the top? Well, yes. Quite literally. Damn cool? Definitely.
Check out the (blurry) video for yourself, and let us know if you were impressed, or if you found the invite too showy.
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- Check out the Oppo Find 7 forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.
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