Oppo shared a teaser for its Find 7 smartphone today on Chinese social media site Sina Weibo, revealing that the new smartphone will get an official unveiling on March 19 at a Beijing event. The latest teaser, which states "Find 7 [Are] Coming," may look like an unfortunate grammatical error at first glance, but it turns out Oppo is actually planning to launch multiple models of its new handset.

The Oppo Find 7 will come in 2K and 1080p variants, Engadget reports, citing its own anonymous insiders. Other than the display resolution, we still don't know much about the device. An earlier teaser revealed it would pack a 5.5-inch display, while Engadget claims its internal specs will vary depending on which model you choose.

Unfortunately, it doesn't look like the Oppo Find 7 will make an appearance at Mobile World Congress this month, giving Samsung a chance to crown the Galaxy S5 as the latest smartphone with a 2K display, if rumors are correct. Oppo's new handset may not get an official announcement until March, but we'll be keeping an eye out for any new leaks or teasers surrounding the device. Stay tuned.