The OPPO Find 7 was officially the first phone with a 2K Display, all do with a panel made by LG. OPPO first teased us with this ultra-high resolution display a little ways after CES this year and they officially unveiled it and the 7a, the 1080P variant we already took a look at. Only problem was it didn't ship until summer.
Well, fast forward a few months and now we are only one day away from summer and we have the Oppo Find 7 in our paws to do an unboxing of the other 2K phone in the market. Specs are packed with the SnapDragon 801 Chip clocked at 2.5GHz, 3GB of RAM to help run those numerous pixels, and the Adreno 330 to help push it all to be a smooth machine. Software wise we'll find Android 4.3 Jelly Bean with ColorOS, OPPO's custom skin based on Android.
Other than the display and higher specs this device is identical to the Find 7a and for good reason. We liked the 7a for its structural integrity yet it remained lightweight with use of plastics over the typical OPPO build of all metal.