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Oppo Find

alaTest has collected and analyzed 16 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the responsiveness and value for money. The camera and design also get good comments, but there are some negative reviews about the build quality and battery.

screen, design, camera, value for money, responsiveness

battery, build quality

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Oppo Find is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 94/100 = Excellent quality.

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Oppo Find 7 review: Great design and stunning display, but poor battery life

 

Oppo might still be a relatively unheard of brand for many but for those who've used their products will attest to the high standards of build quality, right down to their budget offerings. So far we've seen the N1, Joy and even had a go at the R1 and...

The Oppo Find 7 is priced at Rs 37,990 which seems like good value at first when you factor in the Quad HD display. However, we feel the Find 7a makes more practical sense. Not only is it quite a bit cheaper, you also get a regular Full HD display,...

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Oppo Find 7 review: A solid phone that faces stiff competition

 

The Galaxy S5. The One M8. The G3. Every notable player in the overcrowded smartphone space has a flagship, one heroic device that the company pins its

Plenty of horsepower ; Pretty good screen ; It charges really fast with the right gear

ColorOS can take some getting used to ; Mediocre camera ; Safe, uninspired design

The Find 7 is Oppo's best phone to date, and that means something for a relatively unknown company that's already put out some solid phones. Its combination of strong performance and a Quad HD screen make it a worthy choice, so long as you don't mind...

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Oppo Find 7 ( astro black)

 

The Oppo Find 7, like the OnePlus One , is a Chinese-made phone with plenty of promise, but it comes with a much higher price tag: $599, (£350 or AU$640).

The Oppo Find 7 has a powerful chip and a super high-res screen. Fun features like its Ultra-HD picture mode are cool bonuses.

The phone's design is boring compared to its competitors, and it lacks a standout feature such as the Oppo N1's swivel camera. Its battery life takes a hit due to the high-power display too.

Oppo may have packed the Find 7 with the latest and greatest specs, but it faces stiff competition from the LG G3, which has similar specs but a better design.

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Oppo Find 7a Review

 

It's been over a year since we first came across the Oppo Find 5 – the company's flagship that really put the otherwise obscure company at the time on the map – but here we are, with the Find series successor in the Find 7a. In fact, Oppo has two...

Attractive and ergonomic design ; Simplistic manufacturer skin with double-tap-to-wake functionality ; A performance powerhouse ; Great camera overall ; Rapid charging is awesome ; Relatively affordable, at $499 unlocked

Direct sunlight makes the display hard to operate ; Blueish screen ; Battery loses too much juice in standby mode

The Find 7a truly has it all – an attractive and ergonomic body, massive performance muscle, and a worthy flagship camera. And best of all? It comes carrying the relatively affordable price tag of $499 unlocked.

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Oppo Find 7 Review

 

The Find 7 is Oppo's ultimate flagship, throwing in the kitchen sink of specs in one solid chassis – we get a 5.5” Quad HD display, the fastest Snapdragon 801 CPU, 13 MP camera, 3 GB of RAM, and the generous 32 GB of storage.

Rapid Charging tech ; Large display with excellent pixel density ; Fast and smooth performance of the clean UI

Dim display with cold, inaccurate colors ; Priced as much as better, more popular alternatives ; Short battery life

The Oppo Find 7 seems to be a stellar flagship on paper – it's got a huge Quad HD display, overachieving processor, plenty of memory, and a high-res camera. It is, however, marred by some mishaps. The body is fairly ergonomic for a 5.5-incher, but...

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Oppo Find 7 review

 

LG G3 specs for less than £400. Yep, seriously.

Awesome price for that resolution Plenty of power Capable camera Customisable OS and gestures

The OnePlus One is cheaper Disappointing battery life Out-of-date Android OS Gets a bit heavy

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Oppo Find 7a review

 

This budget superphone proves that do-it-all phablets don't have to make your wallet weep

Stylish, practical design Cheaper than your average phablet Great screen Customisable OS and gestures

Only so-so battery life No built-in stylus

It may not be quite the game-changer we hope the Find 7 will be, but the Find 7a is a superb phone in its own right

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Goondu review: Oppo Find 7a

 

The rapid charging of the battery is one killer feature from yet another mainland China phone maker to hit the Singapore market.