After teasing its upcoming Find 7 flagship device a couple of times earlier this month, Oppo today dropped some concrete spec details of its new device on us. The company revealed on its official Google+ page today that the Find 7 will feature a 5.5-inch display with a resolution of 2560x1440, which works out to 538 pixels per inch. Oppo also teased that the Find 7's screen will have a fairly small bezel, saying that the device will include a "5.5'' screen with the feel of a 5'' screen device."
As displays with a resolution of 1080p have steadily become the norm in the world of high-end Android phones, it seemed like it was only a matter of time before some device maker took things a step further. That's precisely what Oppo is doing with its upcoming Find 7, and while some folks are sure to argue that such a high-res screen isn't necessary on a mobile phone, I'm sure that there will be just as many people that'll be extremely eager to see what a 5.5-inch 2560x1440 screen looks like.
Where do you all stand when it comes to super high-res mobile displays? Do you think that 720p or 1080p is sufficient or do you want as many pixels as possible to be crammed into your device's screen?