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New alleged Oppo R7 render doesn’t show a bezelless screen but rather a thin profile

cjmagowan  —  3 years ago ( Apr 22, 2015 )    |    News

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Contrary to previous leaks, the latest rendered images of the alleged Oppo R7 shows a seemingly different handset with the speculated borderless display nowhere to be found. As posted by GizmoChina, the new and alleged render image of the Oppo R7 still has the side bezels that everyone thought to no longer exist with the handset, though it’s considerably thinner this time around.

And if the new image render holds true, then the Oppo R7 could be the thinnest handset in the market with a noticeable engineering right on the camera module that sits on the back. Unlike any other smartphones in the market today, despite the thinness of the handset, Oppo was still able to fit the powerful main camera module on the back without any noticeable protrusions. Like the R5, the R7 will also be built on all aluminum body with a somewhat similar design inspirations from the Apple iPhone 6 and features a more round and smooth edges.

Though at this point, Oppo is still unable to clarify things up, much of the render’s identity still lays flat on speculations as a number of earlier leaks have already been pointed to the said handset model of the same name. Whether this could be the R7 or not, Oppo is surely taking things to the next level as they are now oozing out devices that is promising and might as well offer a significant number of features that will surprise customers.

Leaked before though, the alleged Oppo R7 is to feature MediaTek’s latest Octa-Core equipped processor the MT6753 with full network connectivity. It is also said that the R7 that leaked today would include a 4.7-inch display with a 2.5D glass lamination. Though it’s uncertain about what have happened to the alleged handset with a borderless display, it could be that Oppo is set to release two separate devices during the launch or their might be two variations of the R7 coming our way.

SOURCEGizmoChina