Chinese electronics manufacturer Oppo has unveiled its latest smartphone today, and it’s set to give high-end Android handsets a run for their money. It’s called the Find 5, and it packs a 5-inch 1080p display, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, and 2GB of RAM. And the impressive specifications don’t stop there.
In addition to its incredible 441ppi display, the Find 5 offers a 2,500 mAh battery, and 16GB of internal storage. It has a 1.6-megapixel front-facing camera, plus a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera boasts the ability to snap HDR photos and video, and according to Oppo, it’s the world’s first smartphone to offer that feature.
“It redefines smartphone video recording, with its capability of recording video in 120 FPS, five times the speed that the human eye can perceive,” the company’s press release reads.
Even the Find 5’s NFC has a special feature — an exclusive version of Chinese social network Sina Weibo that allows users to follow each other by tapping their phones together. The handset also offers Dirac HD audio technology, which is also used by companies like BMW, Bentley, and Rolls Royce.
I think you’ll agree, then, that the Find 5 is a pretty spectacular smartphone. Just about the only thing it hasn’t got is a microSD card slot, which means you’ll have to use that 16GB of internal storage very wisely.
The Find 5 won’t be exclusive to China, either. It’s coming to the United States and other markets in early 2013, Engadget reports, and it’ll cost $499.
- Via Engadget