Mini Version of Oppo Find 5 Phone Could be Coming Soon

Oppo is a Chinese electronics manufacturing company founded in 2004, which released its flagship phone, the Find 5, back in February. This phone has since turned many heads, as it has many impressive features and specifications, all delivered at a reasonable price. Consequently, the company has allegedly started a smaller version of their flagship phone. What else would it be called than the Oppo Find 5 Mini?

While details are limited, reports have surfaced that point to a 3.7-inch device with a 720p LCD IPS screen, which will either mirror its older brother with the Quad-Core Snapdragon APQ8064 clocked at 1.5 GHz, or deviate to a Mediatek 1.2 GHz processor.

Furthermore, apart from suspected multicolored availability (red, green, yellow, and blue), the smaller phone is estimated at a lower price between $280 and $350, but exact pricing and availability it yet to be released. We will keep you informed.


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  • tobalaz
    We need some different brands here in the US to provide some pricing competitions on our carriers.
    Looks like a pretty sharp and stylish phone with nice enough specs that could nab some market share at a good pricing point.
  • slomo4sho
    The real question is why this article is on the general site but not on

  • house70
    I have a Find 5. Excellent specs, if a bit dated with respect to the CPU, but nonetheless same CPU as Nexus 4. Great phone overall, great battery life, awesome screen. Comes unlocked (including bootloader), so it's a breeze to develop for it.
    If the mini version keeps up with this, I see no reason to avoid it, esp. if 5 inch screen is a tad too large for one's hands. One might argue the 3.7 inch screen might be too small, but all the iphones until ip5 had a 3.5 inch screen. This would be a tad larger, not to mention a better quality than ip4s.