Chinese electronics maker Oppo was more than happy in December to confirm that its Find 7 smartphone will sport a2K resolution display, but now it seems like there may be a standard HD version in the works as well. After all, QHD 2K screens pack a lot of pixels in – 2,560 x 1,440, to be precise – and the benefit to consumers has yet to be demonstrated. Having a cheaper version with a 1080p display sure makes a lot of sense.
Chinese handset maker Oppo is expected to introduce at least two versions of its Find 7 smartphone next month, according to recent rumblings. And a post on the company’s Weibo social network account suggests that it’s true. Leaked benchmarks from earlier in the week suggest that at least one Oppo Find 7 will feature a 1080p display. Yet, since Oppo went on record to say that it would give the Find 7 a 2K display, this suggests that there could be multiple devices in the works — an idea supported by the phrasing in Oppo’s social networking teaser that Finds “are” coming.