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Chinese firm Oppo latest to wade into phablet market

With phablets expected to sell an impressive 208 million units in 2015, it’s no wonder that handset makers are climbing on the bandwagon in their droves.

Now Chinese manufacturer Oppo is the latest firm rumoured to be planning on bringing a phablet device to the market.

Dubbed the Find5, the phablet comes with an impressive array of features that could see it vying for attention with the latest wave of larger-than-life smartphones.

Oppo Find5: what we can expect?

The Find5 is expected to boast a 5-inch HD touchscreen with a sharp 1920×1080 pixel resolution, a pixel density of 441 ppi, higher than the 1280 x720 pixel resolution featured the likes of the Sony Xperia S.

The device will also run on the latest Android OS, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, described by some as the ‘fastest and smoothest’ version of Android yet, as well as a powerful quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064 processor chip.

Other key features that are set to be included on the device include a 12MP camera, alongside a 2MP front-facing camera and 2GB of RAM.

The Find5 also comes with a choice of 16GB or 32GB of onboard storage. There is no news as yet on whether the model comes with a microSD card slot, which would allow storage to be bumped up significantly.

Oppo Find5: can it make its mark in the UK?

Oppo has been described as one of China’s up-and-coming smartphone manufacturers, so could be keen to branch out into Western markets.

With similar companies such as Huawei and ZTE making an impression on the UK market, the Find5 could be just the model for Oppo to make a name for itself on British shores.

There’s no word yet on when (or if) the Find5 will make an appearance in the UK, but with specs like this we certainly hope so.

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