So, here’s the scoop. OPPO, a tech giant, has just unveiled two incredibly enticing smartphones. The star of the show? The OPPO Find X7 Ultra. But, here’s the kicker: it might not see a global launch. Same story for the OPPO Find X7. Bummer, right?
Now, let’s talk about the OPPO Find X7 Ultra. It’s a bit of a mystery, to be honest. The company didn’t spill the beans during the launch event. But, they did share a tidbit with us before the big day. The word from the company rep? No plans for a global launch event.
But, hey, they didn’t slam the door shut on the idea. There’s a glimmer of hope for a global launch. But, don’t hold your breath. From what we gathered, OPPO’s got its eyes on the prize: the China launch. A global launch isn’t even on their radar.
We’re crossing our fingers that they’ll have a change of heart. Remember the OPPO Find X6 Pro? It didn’t get a global launch either. Such a shame. It was one of the best camera smartphones we got our hands on last year. It was a real all-rounder.
Now, let’s talk cameras. The OPPO Find X7 Ultra is the successor to the X6 Pro, and it’s got some serious camera chops. It’s got potential, and it’d be a real treat if folks around the world could get a taste. Here’s hoping OPPO reconsiders. We’re planning to review the OPPO Find X7 Ultra soon. Stay tuned!
OPPO’s really hyping up the ‘Quad Main Camera’ setup for this phone. Why, you ask? They’ve gone all out to level the playing field for the rear cameras. The idea? No matter which camera you use, you won’t feel like you’re settling for less.
Now, here’s a first. The OPPO Find X7 Ultra is the first smartphone to feature Sony’s LYT-900 camera sensor. It’s also the first to sport two periscope telephoto cameras on the back. Pretty cool, huh?
OPPO’s also been hard at work on image processing. They’ve developed the HyperTone Image Engine, which they claim can balance out images to a high degree. We’ll see if it lives up to the hype.
The phone also boasts 100W wired charging and 50W wireless charging. It’s got one of the best displays on the market right now. And, it’s powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. OPPO’s really pulled out all the stops with this one.