OPPO Find 7
The Find 7 is Oppo's best phone to date, and that means something for a relatively unknown company that's already put out some solid phones. Its combination of strong performance and a Quad HD screen make it a worthy choice, so long as you don't mind learning a new flavor of Android.
- Plenty of horsepower
- Pretty good screen
- It charges really fast with the right gear
- ColorOS can take some getting used to
- Mediocre camera
- Safe, uninspired design
- Critic Reviews (6)
- User Reviews (1)
- 80AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE6 ReviewsEngadget80Oppo Find 7 review: A solid phone that faces stiffThe Find 7 is Oppo's best phone to date, and that means something for a relatively unknown company that's already put out some solid phones. Its combination of strong performance and a Quad HD screen make it a worthy choice, so long as you don't mind learning a new flavor of Android.CNET70Oppo Find 7 review: A terrific screen and cool feaOppo may have packed the Find 7 with the latest and greatest specs, but it faces stiff competition from the LG G3, which has similar specs but a better design.Laptop MagazineNot RatedOppo Find 7a Hands-on: 50-MP Photos, Solid BuildOverall, the Find 7a looks like a compelling smartphone for the priceGSM Arena80Oppo Find 7 review: Dark horseIt's easy to recommend the Find 7 - it's a robust flagship with top-of-the-line performance, a stellar display, and a very capable software package. But getting only 5 hours of web ... could end up being the deciding factor that keeps users away from QHD smartphones this generation.phoneArena80Oppo Find 7 ReviewThe Oppo Find 7 seems to be a stellar flagship on paper – it's got a huge Quad HD display, overachieving processor, plenty of memory, and a high-res camera. It is, however, marred by some mishaps.PocketNow90Oppo Find 7 review: precision-machined supercar-smIf we had to choose one Android phone, now, to use for the remainder of the year, the Oppo Find 7 would definitely be on our list of contenders.NDTV Gadgets80Oppo Find 7 Review: Built to LastIt is currently one of the cheapest high-end smartphones in the market and gives tough competition to the likes of the Samsungs, Sonys and HTCs of the smartphone world. ...The Find 7 is a contender for the top spot, and so eventually, it boils down to buyers' brand affinity.
- 90AVERAGE USER SCORE1 ReviewsEngadget Reader90July 20, 2014Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!*REVIEW FOR FIND 7 NOT 7A*By far my best buy so far. I've Had an Iphone 4, A Galaxy S3 and a New Nexus 7 and this has trumped even my Nexus 7 as the best device I have. The screen is flawless and the Battery drain I was freaking about so much Isn't even noticeable. The Oppo Style internet site is friendly for Students too, they gave me a 10% discount just by emailing them from my student email address, they gave me a 6000MaH Portable external battery charger and a free flip case for the phone as well as a preinstalled screen protector. If your looking for a premium device without the garbage sensors but all the bells and whistles then you can't go past this beast at the price it sells for. On the screen size. If you don't like big screen phones then that's down to personal taste but for me 5.5 Inch is perfect for browsing the net without pages being bunched up too much and I can still watch Netflix without having to have the phone right at my face to be able to see what's going on