Oppo Find 7a

The folks at Oppo caused a stir with the recent Find 7 launch, and now the – only slightly – less spec happy Find 7a has gone up on international pre-order. Folks across Europe and the U.S. can now place their orders for the new phone, and you'll be parting with €399/$499. And you're getting more than just the phone for that, too.

Oppo is throwing in an Easy Cover case, an additional 2800mAh battery and a 32GB microSD card in to the package with every pre-order of the Find 7a. Not a bad deal at all.

The Find 7a might not pack the crazy screen and camera of the Find 7, but it's not exactly a low-end device. Beneath that 5.5-inch 1080p display lies a Snapdragon 801 CPU, 2GB of RAM, a 13MP rear camera, 5MP front facing camera and support for microSD cards up to 128GB. It comes running Android 4.3 and Oppo's own Color OS, with promise for third-party ROM support coming soon.

Who's buying?

Source: OppoStyle (Europe)


Reader comments

Oppo Find 7a international pre-orders go live


The shape of that phone very closely resembles the Nexus 5. That's not a bad thing either however I won't be buying. I just replaced my sgs4 with a Moto X

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Lol... Wake me up when they can build some software instead of the joke that they have going on.

Think I am bashing them? Go check the forums over there

You really should see the crap I don't post. Sorry if honesty offends you

No..i don't think you are bashing, you just don't have a cLue...Go and read a lil more closely...
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It has the core bands for AT&T and T-Mobile, but does not have the future bands for AT&T's expanded LTE network. However, most phones don't anyway. The Xperia Z2 has one of the 2 future bands (1900Mhz), but I haven't seen a major phone with the 2600Mhz LTE band yet.

It looks nice, I like the notification light and the camera, but I'm not big on speakers on the back and even the "US" model is missing LTE bands 800, 850 and 1900, so I worry that LTE service could be sketchy at best.