Oppo may not be among the biggest names in the smartphone industry, but the company has come a long way over the last couple of years, launching both the Find 5 and the N1 last year. The latter launched in just December, but it looks like Oppo isn't planning to slow down anytime soon. The company is apparently prepping not one but two phones for launch next month.
Engadget cites its own sources that say the Oppo Find 7 will be available with a choice of either a 2K display or a regular 1080p display. The company has referred to the Find 7 in the context of 'they,' suggesting the Find 7 brand covers more than one device. What's not clear is if the display will be the only difference between one Find 7 and another or if Oppo plans to make this a more varied line of smartphones.
The Oppo N1 is interesting in that it's the first Android phone to ship with CyanogenMod right out of the box. Though Oppo sells a version with its own ColorOS, the CyanogenMod N1 has generated a lot more interest. It's entirely possible the company plans to ship a CyanogenMod version of the Find 7, too.
Oppo's event isn't until March 19, but we're crossing our fingers that we might see a little sneaky peeky at MWC in a couple of weeks' time. We'll keep you posted!
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