There’s this bug hitting the mobile industry right now. The dual-device bug and no, I’m nit talking about a phone with two displays like that Yota phone. Rather, a single model with two variants. That is what we expected of the Galaxy S 5 at launch but with that not happening (may still happen later with rumours of that Galaxy F not going anywhere), we’re wondering who may take that route of a more premium flagship and just another upgrade of last year’s flagship. According to a post on Chinese social site Weibo where everything to do with the phone has been leaked, it is likely that Oppo is preparing to unveil two versions of its flagship Find 7.
One version will be a “super” flagship with more premium specs while the other one will simply be the upgrade to the Find series of smartphones from the Chinese company. The premium model is what is expected to pack a 50 megapixel camera, a QHD display, 3 GB RAM and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC. The other variant will have a 1080p display, a Snapdragon 800 processor, 2 GB RAM and a 13 megapixel camera.
So while HTC may be teasing its dual camera ‘All New One’, somebody else knows how to pump up hype about dual things.
While the specs of the device are not yet clear, what is clear is that the dual version story is confirmed by the company through its Weibo page as can be seen from the image above.