Oppo Finder Gets Torn Down to Its Ultra-Slim Components
The new Oppo Finder is here, and we like it: it’s super-thin, and it’s one of the most beautiful Chinese-branded phone ever made. But does taking a look inside reveal anything exciting? Well, there’s an insanely thin logic board under the hood. Check out the intermediate stages of this gadget-autopsy after the break.
So what did they find? The Oppo Finder sports Samsung-made DRAM and NAND flash memory, and uses a dual core Qualcomm S3 Snapdragon Scorpion MSM8260 clocked at 1.5GHz. What’s more, it sports an Atmel mXT224 touchscreen controller, and the 8-megapixel rear-facing camera has an aperture at f/2.6. Surprisingly, the battery is not glued to the housing, but it is not easy to remove. As for the Super AMOLED Plus display, it looks like it’s tighly glued to the glass and digitizer, so it’ll be expensive to replace should the worst happen. And one last thing, the battery, is a whopping 1500mAh Li-Polymer — should be enough for the dual core processor though.