Oppo R7 is a smartphone we’ve talked about a lot in the past few days, device that brings a pretty interesting display technology. More precisely, this phone comes with a display that uses optics and light refraction in order to give users the impression that they’re actually own an edge-to-edge device.



Today, a new hands-on video with Oppo R7 reveals how this technology works depending on the angle the phone is hold in our hands. Even if the bezels around the screen are still visible, thanks to the technology brought by Oppo, they are hidden.


According to some rumors, Oppo R7 could arrive with a 5.5 inch panel, an octa-core MediaTek MT6795 processor on 64-bit and a 20.7 megapixel rear camera with support for 4K Ultra HD video recording. Apparently, the phone developed by Oppo will be really thin, with a thickness of only 4.85 mm.


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