Ready for another Oppo smartphone? The company just updated its R family last month, and now it may be gearing up for a new Find handset as well.
The rumored Oppo Find 9 shows up in a list of devices supported by Chinese carrier Guangzhou Mobile’s upgraded 4G LTE network. The upcoming phone is listed alongside devices like the Galaxy Note 4 and HTC One M9, essentially giving it flagship status. Based on recent rumor, we’re expecting 4GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 810 processor.
The Oppo Find 7 put a big emphasis on its rear camera, which used a clever photography trick to take 50-megapixel shots. It also launched with a Quad HD display, which is still pretty cutting edge. We’re guessing the new model will offer an even better camera. As for the screen, it’s possible we’re not done with Quad HD resolutions just yet.
Oppo’s previous Find phone was officially unveiled over a year ago in March 2014, so this new model could arrive any day now. We’ll be keeping an eye out for more news on the device, along with any other Oppo handsets that might be on the way.