Oppo Find 7a

Oppo Find 7a smartphone reviewsOppo a Chinese electronics manufacturer, entered the Smartphone market in 2008 and has since then continually produced innovative phones offering magnificent performance and boundless innovation. The

The Oppo Find 7a is no different and adds even more to this. It is a slightly scaled down version of Find 7 and yet is a big leap up from their previous flagship, the Find 5. With a 1080×1920 pixels, 5.5 inches screen, it does fall into the phablet category but regardless does not feel very large in ones hands. The pixel density after the

The pixel density after the math is drawn which is 401ppi. They have done a fantastic job of keeping bezels to a minimum and placed power and volume keys at exactly the right places so that one can comfortably reach them with either hand.

Amazingly with dimensions of 152.6x75x9.2 mm which is marginally bigger than its predecessor and it comes with a 10% larger screen. On the

On the inside the phone features a Snapdragon chipset, a powerful Quad-core 2.3 GHz CPU, combined with Adreno 330 GPU which all of them coordinates to give it a power boost. All of which enables it to handle a slew of new features, gestures and sensors.

With 16 GB ROM, 2 GB RAM and supporting SD cards up to 128GB, it ships with Android 4.3 and Oppo’s own color operating system. These specs lay the foundation of a truly unique custom gesture feature that enables the user to perform any gesture and assign it to any function. Another unique feature is the

These specs lay the foundation of a truly unique custom gesture feature that enables the user to perform any gesture and assign it to any function. Another unique feature is the built in customization for those who like a more aesthetic approach.

Oppo features a dedicated theme store and the ability to customize, even the lock screen, to the extent where one screen lock required piano keys to be pressed in order to get opened. With the 13 mega pixels rear camera it now boasts a 5 mega pixels front camera and a unique high definition mode, where it takes 10 successive shots, picks the 4 best ones and combines them to form a more detailed picture equivalent to a 50 mega pixels camera.

Isn’t that an astounding innovation in the technology of mobile phone cameras! As far as the video is concerned, it offers HDR at three different settings namely 2160p at 30fps, 1080p at 60fps and 720p at 120fps. It also features a 2800mAh battery which is a step down from its predecessor along with a massive 4.5A charger that can charge the phone 75% in 30 minutes.

Isn’t that an astounding innovation in the technology of mobile phone cameras! As far as the video is concerned, it offers HDR at three different settings namely 2160p at 30fps, 1080p at 60fps and 720p at 120fps.

It also features a 2800mAh battery which is a step down from its predecessor along with a massive 4.5A charger that can charge the phone 75% in 30 minutes. Another addition to this phone is a small strip to the base of the screen.

This lights up with a blue hue for notifications adding to its aesthetic appeal.

Another addition to this phone is a small strip to the base of the screen. This lights up with a blue hue for notifications adding to its aesthetic appeal. All in all we can conclude that this may not be the best smart phone in the market with regards to specs.

We know that Oppo has always found a way to give users the most advanced features at this price point. Not only that it is cheaper than the Find 5, it is also priced at 100 USD lower than the newer Find 7, which has only marginally better specs.

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