Oppo Find 7 is launched on 19 March in two versions, one with incredible 1440p resolution and a younger brother with resolution of 1080 p.
It has long been known that Oppo Find 7 would be launched with an incredibly high screen resolution of 2560×1440 pixels, but it turns out now that it also gets a little brother with a Snapdragon processor instead of a 800 805 and a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
The wording on the image is therefore not an error, “Find 7 Are coming” points against two models with minor deviations in the specifications which are launched at the same time. Oppo trying so to ask all satisfied with two flagship models, one with 1440p resolution for those who by all means must have all of the latest and highest specifications, and 1080 p for those who can make do.
When the device is launched on 19 March, or, hopefully, by the end of the Mobile World Congress we can get additional information about other differences between the two Find 7 models.