OPPO today unveiled the Find 5, their new 5-inch Android smartphone with a 5-inch Full HD 1080p IPS display. The Find 5 is only the second smartphone available that packs the industry leading display after the HTC J Butterfly/ Droid DNA. The display packs 440 pixels-per-inch pixel density with OGS technology that makes images on the screen look like they are floating and a super-slim 3.25mm bezel.
The Find 5 packs a 1.5Ghz quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro and 2GB RAM but the camera and audio really sets this new smartphone apart from the competition.
The 13-Megapixel camera comes with hardware supported HDR photography and video recording which is an industry first as no previous smartphone supports video recorded in HDR mode. The Find 5 also has a first for audio with the Dirac HD hardware built into the device that operates in combination with special software usually only found in high-end audio equipment and luxury cars such as BMW.
And of course it comes out the box with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and packs a substantial 2,500mAh battery that should last more than a day easily.
We hope to have a review of this new smartphone soon so keep your eyes open here on gazedice.com.