Oppo Find 5 Mini leaked, has a 3.7-inch HD display

Oppo Find 5 Mini colors Oppo Find 5 Mini leaked, has a 3.7 inch HD display

It looks like this summer is the summer of ‘Mini’ Smartphones as yet another smaller version of a flagship device leaks out. Say hello to the Oppo Find 5 Mini.

The Oppo Find 5 Mini will be exactly what its name suggests, a ‘Mini’ version of the flagship Smartphone from Chinese phone maker Oppo. Unlike the 4.3-inch Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini and upcoming HTC One Mini, the Find 5 Mini will pack a 3.7-inch 720p display. This high-resolution and small screen size combo gifts the display with an amazing 396 ppi, not too far off from its 5-inch 1080p brother.

Oppo Find 5 Mini Oppo Find 5 Mini leaked, has a 3.7 inch HD display

While the design is largely identical (save for the size of the phone), the Find 5 Mini may or may not come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 SoC. Instead, Oppo might opt for a far cheaper Snapdragon 400 quad-core or even MediaTek’s MT6589 quad-core SoC. Little else is known right now, but seeing that these aren’t blurry cam images but highly detailed ones, we couldn’t be that far off from the official announcement.

Source: MyDrivers  AndroidHD Blog

Oppo Find 5 Mini colors Oppo Find 5 Mini leaked, has a 3.7 inch HD display

It looks like this summer is the summer of ‘Mini’ Smartphones as yet another smaller version of a flagship device leaks out. Say hello to the Oppo Find 5 Mini.

The Oppo Find 5 Mini will be exactly what its name suggests, a ‘Mini’ version of the flagship Smartphone from Chinese phone maker Oppo. Unlike the 4.3-inch Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini and upcoming HTC One Mini, the Find 5 Mini will pack a 3.7-inch 720p display. This high-resolution and small screen size combo gifts the display with an amazing 396 ppi, not too far off from its 5-inch 1080p brother.

Oppo Find 5 Mini Oppo Find 5 Mini leaked, has a 3.7 inch HD display

While the design is largely identical (save for the size of the phone), the Find 5 Mini may or may not come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 SoC. Instead, Oppo might opt for a far cheaper Snapdragon 400 quad-core or even MediaTek’s MT6589 quad-core SoC. Little else is known right now, but seeing that these aren’t blurry cam images but highly detailed ones, we couldn’t be that far off from the official announcement.

Source: MyDrivers  AndroidHD Blog

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