The upcoming Oppo Find 7 is rumored to have a lot of cool specs, among which a 2K screen that's as big as 5.7". Oppo officially denied that the Find 7 will have a 5.7" screen (or a 7" one for that matter), but now the company is confirming the 2K resolution.
The 2K resolution in question (there are several) is probably QHD – no, not qHD, QHD or Quad HD (4x 720p). That's 2,560 x 1,440.
#Find5 was the world’s first smartphone with a 5” 1080p display. #Find7 is taking it one step further. #AlwaysImprove pic.twitter.com/gSYadlgOrl
Other rumored specs include a Snapdragon 805 chipset and 3GB RAM to handle the massive resolution. Despite the several official confirmations from Oppo, the company is yet to announce when the Find 7 will be unveiled.
Oppo missed the opportunity to launch the first 1080p phone (despite what the tweet says, HTC beat it with the Butterfly by a month) and now history might repeat itself – Vivo is planning to unveil the Xplay 3S with a 5.5" QHD screen tomorrow (unless there's yet another delay). Of course, it doesn’t matter which company announces first but which one brings a real device to the market, so Oppo still has a chance.