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Oppo Find 5 Review

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    At last, the wait is over for Oppo’s latest flagship device. Launched in Beijing earlier, the Find 5 comes with pretty much all the top ingredients in the current market — many of which had been teased by the company multiple times already: 5-inch 1080p display, Qualcomm’s quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064 chip with 2GB RAM, a 2,500mAh battery and Android 4.1.2. There’s also NFC, and on top of that, the Find 5 will come with two NFC tags (remember LG’s Optimus LTE Tag and Sony’s SmartTags?) plus a special version of Sina Weibo that uses the phone’s NFC to let users instantly follow each other.

    The 13-megapixel, 5fps camera on the back isn’t just about numbers, as it also packs fast hardware-enabled HDR for both photos and video! Oppo claims it’s the first in the mobile industry to carry this awesome feature. Additionally, the main camera can capture slow motion of up to 120fps, though it isn’t clear whether the resolution is reduced to achieve this. On the other side of the device there’s also a 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera, which beats most phones these days. Audio-wise the Find 5 features Dirac HD, a technology that’s embraced by the likes of BMW, Bentley, Rolls Royce and Datasat; making Oppo the first mobile phone brand to join the party. The included earphones are fine-tuned for Dirac, naturally.

    Alas, much like the Droid DNA, this Chinese superphone also suffers from the lack of microSD expansion, so users may struggle to fully appreciate the 441ppi screen with just 16GB of built-in storage. As for pricing, we already know that the US will offer the Find 5 for $499, and luckily, it’ll just ¥2,998 or about $480 in China, but it’ll be about a month before the phone reaches its various markets, including the US.



    Look forward to it…



    I actually prefer having buttons on the side of modern, large screened phones. The idea of having the power button on top is fine for a device the size of an iPhone, but when you are taking about devices with 5+ inch displays, it is rather awkward to reach all the way to the top of the device to press the power button.



    There’s this new release from OPPO. It’s OPPo N1. I have seen the features and it looks cool. It has a rotating camera and a rear touchpad which makes it more convenient than other smartphones. I’m so interested about it because there is no other like it yet.



    nice, but now they have the Oppo Find 7 and 7a, great devices



    Nice, But i find a new oppo phone R1s that’s really cool.

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