Oppo is now sending out invitations for the upcoming announcement of Find 7 smartphone and its 50 MP camera on March 19th via QR code.
Oppo Find 7 Invitation
On March 19th at Beijing, China Oppo to release its new device called Find 7 with 50 MP rear camera shooter. Its maker is now sending out invitations in a form of a box with QR code for both Android and iOS devices, a black pyramid stand and the map to the venue.
Oppo Find 7 QR code invitation will take you directly to its teaser video that you can only watch after placing your smartphone on top of the pyramid stand due to some visual trick.
Find 7 will have two versions upon release having 5.5 inches of screen display, but differs in resolution ? 1080p and 2K (2560 x 1600) variants. It also features quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 3 GB of RAM, 50 MP camera and a removable battery unit.
Price leaked recently from Oppo Store and its 1080p variant costs at least $570 each.
Oppo Find 7 on Galaxy S5 and Xperia Z2
Oppo Find 7 uses its 50 MP rear camera as the main advantage over any other Android, iOS and Windows Phone devices including Galaxy S5 and Xperia Z2. In addition to having high camera megapixel, its display screen features FHD resolution similar to what Galaxy S5 offers and a variant having 2K resolution which Samsung didn?t include on S5.
It is slightly larger than Xperia Z2 with 5.5 inches of display screen and boasts a removable battery unit permitting owners to purchase extra battery packs. Find 7 matches the 3 GB of RAM, but uses a slightly lower version of Snapdragon processor of Z2.
However, no details yet have been released regarding pixel density, graphics chipset, front camera, camera modes and other special features from Oppo.
50 MP Rear Camera
Before Oppo sent out the invitation for Find 7?s upcoming launching event, eight photos captured by the device leaked online and revealed that the 50 MP camera has an aperture of f/2.0.
Users from WebTrek posted the images captured by Find 7 itself and showed the capability of the 50 MP camera on various lighting conditions such as broad daylight, artificial lighting and indoor low-light scene.
Details of images are also decent enough to see, colour reproduction seems good and focus on specific subject fairs with multi-focus angle.
It would be very exciting to match Find 7?s 50 MP against Galaxy S5 16 MP and Xperia Z2 Sony G lens 20.7 MP to determine which among three features the best camera in a smartphone.