Oppo Find Mirror gets official: 4.7″ HD display and quad-core MediaTek CPU

By: Andrew V. | 29 July 2013


Oppo Find Mirror is the new mid-range coming form the japanese manufacturer that impressed us with its Find 5. Since the launch of its last flagship Oppo has been working to increase the number of Android base handset in its line up, determined to gain market share at the expense of its chinese competitors – at least – such as HTC and Huawei.

This new Find Mirror then gets anywhere near Find 5 but it’s still a good compromise between specs and price. As we’re used to see on chinese products the costs have been kept low thanks to MediaTek CPU, but let’s take a closer look to the main hardware:

  • 4.7″ IPS HD display (1280×720).
  • CPU Quad-core MediaTek MT6589 1.2 Ghz.
  • RAM 1 GB.
  • Android 4.2.1.
  • 16GB built-in storage
  • 8 Mpxl rear-facing camera, 2 Mpxl on the front
  • 136,5 x 68 x 7,3 mm.
  • 110g.
  • 2000 mAh battery


The device has been launched with a price tag of 12.990 Thai Baht, something around 300€, but we’ll hardly see it rolling out internationally, but we’ll be checking Oppo’s european store in the next few weeks while we wait for new informations on the upcoming Find 7.