Oppo's flagship N1 is still one of the new kids on the smartphone block, having debuted in September with a U.S. and European launch that took place earlier this week, but that hasn't stopped Oppo from starting to tease its next handset. The Chinese manufacturer today took to its official Sina Weibo account to share the image you see above, which name drops the "Oppo Find 7" and promises that the device is coming soon. Oppo goes on to say that the Find 7 is due in 2014, but no details about the hardware itself have been given.
The Find 7 is expected to be the follow-up to the Find 5, which Oppo first introduced exactly one year ago. The Find 5 boasted a spec sheet that was impressive at the time and still holds up fairly well today, including a 5-inch 1080p display, 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and 13-megapixel rear camera. Because the Find 5 sported such a high-end feature set when it debuted last year, it'll be interesting to see what kinds of goodies Oppo decides to pack into the Find 7.
What specs would you like to see included with Oppo's next smartphone?