Oppo is the latest Chinese company which is going to join the bandwagon of smartphones in India in few coming days. The company is planning to launch its flagship smartphone Find 5 having specs similar to the flagships HTC One, Sony Xperia Z and Samsung Galaxy S4.
Running on latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, the phone sports 5-inch IPS display panel with 1920×1080 pixel full HD resolution and is based on 1.5 GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 pro chipset and 2GB RAM.
For imaging there is 13 megapixel camera in the smartphone which is capable of capturing 120 fps video and can be used for super slow motion videos. The camera uses CMOS sensor and f2.2 aperture and supports HDR (high dynamic ration) for better contrast ratio.
For connectivity the smartphone features NFC, DLNA, WiFi Direct (can connect with any other WiFi device wirelessly to offer same experience as HDMI), 3G, WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0.
The company has partnered with AndroidGuruz to distribute the flagship in India. The flagship is likely to be priced at Rs 27,445 for 16GB version and Rs 31,259 for 32GB version and will be available by end of this month.
Although the smartphone is receiving a lot of praises because of its high-end features and great performances at relatively low cost on international level, but in India, the Oppo Find 5 might face a challenge as the brand is completely unknown and its Chinese origins means people will find it hard to trust the quality.