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OPPO K7 quietly announced with Snapdragon 765G, 48MP Quad-cameras & 30W fast-charging

OPPO has quietly announced a brand new OPPO K7 5G mid-ranger smartphone in the Chinese market today. In terms of design, this device shares a pretty close resemblance to the global version of the OPPO Reno 3.


At the front, the OPPO K7 features a dewdrop-notch design which measures 6.4-inches diagonally. It will be an AMOLED display which boasts a FHD+ screen resolution and incorporates an in-display fingerprint scanner. The front-facing camera will be a 32 megapixels sensor.

According to OPPO, the device has a slim profile of just 7.97mm which makes it one of the slimmest 5G device in the current market.


Over at the back, the OPPO K7 arrives with a typical pill-shape camera module which is home to a quad-cameras system. These cameras include a 48 megapixels main camera, 8 megapixels ultra-wide lens, 2 megapixels macro camera, as well as a 2 megapixels depth helper.

Under the hood, it will be powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 765G platform which allows the device to support 5G connectivity in both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes. This will be paired with 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB onboard storage.

To keep its light on, the OPPO K7 is fitted with a 4,025mAh battery which comes with support for 30W fast-charging. As usual, the device will run on the custom ColorOS 10 (based on Android 10). Other than that, its also worth noting that it actually has a 3.5mm headphone jack sitting at the base of the device as well.

For those who’re interested, the OPPO K7 will be priced at 1,999 Yuan (US$286) and 2,299 Yuan (US$329) respectively for its 8GB+128GB and 8GB+256GB models.

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  • Armel L’otaku

    How your article starts with the Oppo K7 and ends with the Oppo K5 is incomprehensible.