Oppo Find 7 Photo Gallery, Design Review

by Chetan Bhawani 7

Oppo Find 7 Hands-on

The Oppo Find 7 is one of the early devices in the market with the 1440p, i.e. QHD or 2K resolution on the display. Though, that is not the only deciding factor for the users if they wanted to choose this smartphone. The Find 7 comes with a very beautiful design, and we got to use the White variant which looks brilliant from the back.

There’s everything good in the smartphone, both externally and internally. Similar to the LG G3, the Oppo Find 7 comes with a 5.5-inch 1440p display and it looks brilliant, and Oppo has managed to have just a little bezel around the display. The very little curve on the top and bottom make the bar shaped device look cool, and the blue LED light shining in the bottom adds to it. It is called the Skyline notification.

On the top above the display, is the front facing camera and the earpiece, and between both of them – the sensors. The left side has the power button, unlike most of the devices which come with the power button on the right, while the right side has the volume rocker keys. There’s the MicroUSB port alongside a mic in the bottom, and on the top there is the 3.5mm headset jack.

What looks good on the sides is not just the silver buttons, but the thin rims which differentiate the front and back areas and these silver rims continue on all the sides.

Oppo is one of the brands which has a very cool and good looking logo branding, and the back panel of the device looks cool, thanks to the shiny logo etched below the camera and flash. There’s no other branding or certification apart from this, and the top area comes with the secondary mic with the 13MP camera with Dual LED flash, and near the bottom, there is a long grill of speakers though that is not the case below it. Once you remove the back cover, there are two speakers on the sides, so the large grill doesn’t make sense but that does give a good aesthetic appeal.

While the back cover is removable, it isn’t an easy job to do that because Oppo hasn’t given any particular notch to lift the back cover up, thus you will have to hit your brain hard before looking out for a way to pull the back cover out.

Overall with the design, Oppo has done a pretty decent job, and we haven’t tried it out but surprisingly many have said that the dark variant of the Oppo Find 7 is better at looks when compared to the white one.

Chetan Bhawani

Chetan Bhawani is a dentist, a tech blogger and a passionate writer in the field of technology. He keeps himself connected to the web for the entire day, of course except when he's dozed off! Add +Chetan Bhawani on Google Plus for more!

  • Shanky Yadav Jungly

    This was same as in review

  • Shanky Yadav Jungly

    no one cares about oppo but in my eyes its like a giant but it has some obstacles

  • Shanky Yadav Jungly

    first the camera is not so good

  • Shanky Yadav Jungly

    battey life drains out fast

  • Shanky Yadav Jungly

    and the location of speakers is also bad

  • The basis of the one plus one design and hardware as the founder of one plus originally worked with oppo so of course design is great. Only problem for me is the ui unfortunately for me

  • Suraj Racharla

    Looks alot like the One Plus in design and hardware looks exactly the same but inside the UI everything looks different. I fond the oppo find 7 ui very outdated and not the most attracting compared to the One Plus ui. Oppo did a good try with this phone but it doest hit the right spot because of the ui. Ui is not me and probably for many other people. Oppo work on your UI!! Good article!!!