The Oppo Find 7 is an incredibly intriguing device, even among the best of the best, with its ability to turn its 13MP camera’s photos into 50MP images. While only the “normal” variant, the Oppo Find 7a, has so far been released, it looks like Oppo is already primed to follow up with a slightly smaller device with a very similar design. Short of calling it the Oppo Find 7 Mini, Oppo is calling this device the Oppo R6007 and says on its website that the device will be available from June 3rd.
While the Find 7 had a 5.5-inch screen, the R6007 will have a more manageable 4.7-inch display, though with only 720p resolution. The R6007 will also have a Snapdragon 400 processor clocked at 1.6Ghz, 1GB RAm, 8GB storage (with microSD slot), a 2,140mAh battery and has 4G support. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like the R6007 will have quite the image processing prowess that the Find 7 has as the rear camera is going to only be 8MP, though it’s unclear if Oppo’s PureImage technology will make it in. The Oppo R6007 is going to sell for ￥1799.00, or about $288 USD, which is a relatively reasonable price, although Oppo hasn’t stated whether the device is going to be available outside of China yet.
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