Last month, Oppo, a Chinese manufacturer, just shared to the public its plan to venture on smartphone business powered by Android. Hence now, the company was gladly announced that its Android-powered smartphone called Oppo Find 3 will be available on the 18th of February.
In preparation for this, as well as a considered treat this coming Valentine ’s, the company will start to accept orders starting on February 14th, four days before its official release date.
The newly developed Oppo Find 3 is a successor of the smartphone released last August 2011, the Oppo X903. This smartphone will use Android Gingerbread with customized UI on its dual-core Qualcomm MSM8260 processor. It supports a 4-inch WVGA IPS touchscreen with 800 x 480p display resolution.
It also has 2 MP front camera for video calls and 8 MP rear camera with LED flash. It has the capacity to store on board up to 16GB and a 1GB RAM. The Oppa Find 3 may cost more than $480 and exclusively availbale only in China.
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