The Oppo Find 7 comes from China with a high-resolution 2,560x1,440-pixel display and a quad-core processor.
The phone has a 13-megapixel rear camera.
If you like physical keys, you'll have no issues here. I do prefer on-screen keys though.
The Find 7 has the exact same shape as the OnePlus One (right).
While the Find 7, like the LG G3, has a 5.5-inch "Quad HD" (2,560x1,440-pixel) screen, the LG G3 is significantly smaller.
The international version of the Find 7 may come with a carbon-fiber rear, but if you don't like this you can swap it out for a different color. Underneath, you'll find a 3,000mAh battery.
The screen is so sharp you can barely make out any pixels, even when zoomed into the picture. I used a drop of water to magnify the display just to make out some of them.
The Find 7 features fast charging through its micro-USB port, and can go from 0 to 75 percent in 30 minutes.
The phone is just 171g, but it doesn't feel flimsy thanks to the magnesium-aluminum alloy chassis.
The 13-megapixel camera and features a Super Zoom function -- it takes 10 burst shots and combines the best four into a "super" 50-megapixel picture. This gives you more detail in your picture, but it does take a while for the phone to do the processing.
The Find 7 sports rear speakers, so you'll need to cup your hand around to channel the sound to your ears.
The Find 7a (right) is the 1080p variant of the Find 7. It has a slightly slower 2.3GHz quad-core processor and a smaller 2,800mAh battery, as well as the more pedestrian screen.