Oppo Find 7 Review: Dark Horse: Performance

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The Find 7 features a very similar chipset and processor, and identical GPU to its 1080p-toting sibling, the Find 7a. Both devices have a quad-core Krait 400 Snapdragon 801 Central Processing Units (CPU) and Adreno 330 graphics, but the Snapdragon 801 chip on the Find 7 is of the MSM8974AC variant is clocked in at 2.5GHz, (as opposed to the AB on the Find 7a clocked in at 2.3GHz).

This puts the Find 7 in a unique position to match up directly with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S5, and possibly even beat it in some of our tests thanks to its 3GB of RAM. Keep in mind that the Find 7 is the only device - besides the LG G3 - that features a QHD display, so expect slightly lower graphic benchimprint results due to it having to push out more pixels.

The Find 7 demonstrates some serious horsepower in our GeekBench 3 and AnTuTu 4 benchmarks which put to the test the hardware combo inside the smartphone. GeekBench 3 is more CPU-intensive, whereas AnTuTu 4 is a compound benchimprint - testing CPU, GPU, memory performance, etc. The Find 7 beats out all current flagships in these two tests, very impressive from Oppo.

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GeekBench 3

Higher is better

  • Oppo Find 7

    3178

  • Oppo Find 7a

    3093

  • Galaxy S5 (Snapdragon 801)

    3011

  • Sony Xperia Z2

    2856

  • LG G3

    2687

  • LG G Pro 2

    2585

  • LG G3 - EU version

    2563

  • HTC One (M8)

    2367

AnTuTu 4

Higher is better

  • Oppo Find 7

    38484

  • HTC One (M8)

    37009

  • Galaxy S5 (Snapdragon 801)

    36018

  • Oppo Find 7a

    33344

  • Sony Xperia Z2

    33182

  • LG G3 - EU version

    32780

  • LG G3

    30482

  • LG G Pro 2

    29603

Baseimprint Operating System (OS) II is another all-round benchmark. It gives an overall score along with single-core, multi-core, and math performance, among others. We focus on the overall and Central Processing Units (CPU) scores. We didn't detect any incompatibility between the scores posted in the original and anti-cheat versions of the benchmark. Again, remarkable numbers posted by the Oppo Find 7.

Baseimprint Operating System (OS) II

Higher is better

  • Oppo Find 7

    1212

  • LG G3 - EU version

    1151

  • LG G Pro 2

    1140

  • HTC One (M8)

    1126

  • Galaxy S5 (Snapdragon 801)

    1082

  • Sony Xperia Z2

    1080

  • Oppo Find 7a

    1057

  • LG G3 (32GB)

    945

Baseimprint Operating System (OS) II (single-core)

Higher is better

  • Oppo Find 7

    2606

  • Oppo Find 7a

    2580

  • HTC One (M8)

    2428

  • Galaxy S5 (Snapdragon 801)

    2415

  • LG G Pro 2

    2401

  • Sony Xperia Z2

    2253

  • LG G3 16GB - EU version

    2137

  • LG G3 32GB - Korean version

    1787

Baseimprint Operating System (OS) II (multi-core)

Higher is better

  • Oppo Find 7

    10391

  • Oppo Find 7a

    10256

  • Galaxy S5 (Snapdragon 801)

    10063

  • Sony Xperia Z2

    10044

  • LG G3 - EU version

    9937

  • HTC One (M8)

    9860

  • LG G Pro 2

    9802

  • LG G3 - Korean version

    8337

Next up we have GFXBench's 2.7 T-Rex and 3.0 Manhattan. In 1080p offclassy screen mode the GPU is tasked with performing graphical computations in 1920 x 1080px resolution, while the onclassy screen mode uses the screen's native 2560 x 1440px resolution. T-Rex is the less demanding of the two tests and here the Find 7 comes in just below 20fps in the onclassy screen test, which is at the bottom of the pack but still fine considering the higher resolution.

The more demanding Manhattan benchimprint has the Find 7 keeping pace in offclassy screen performance, but at a measly 6.7fps in the onclassy screen test - again partially excused by the higher resolution compared to its competitors. Still anything under 30fps raises a flag so you might run into some problems with game titles aimed at taking full advantage of the higher resolution - the technology is just not there yet.

GFX 2.7 T-Rex (1080p offscreen)

Higher is better

  • HTC One (M8)

    28.4

  • Oppo Find 7a

    28.4

  • Oppo Find 7

    28

  • Galaxy S5 (Snapdragon 801)

    27.8

  • LG G3

    27.6

  • Sony Xperia Z2

    27.2

  • LG G3 - EU version

    27.2

  • LG G Pro 2

    22.9

GFX 2.7 T-Rex (onscreen)

Higher is better

  • HTC One (M8)

    30.1

  • Oppo Find 7a

    28.8

  • Sony Xperia Z2

    28.7

  • Galaxy S5 (Snapdragon 801)

    28.1

  • LG G Pro 2

    24.1

  • LG G3

    20.6

  • LG G3 - EU version

    20.5

  • Oppo Find 7

    19.9

GFX 3.0 Manhattan (1080p offscreen)

Higher is better

  • LG G3

    11.9

  • Galaxy S5 (Snapdragon 801)

    11.8

  • Sony Xperia Z2

    11.7

  • Oppo Find 7a

    11.4

  • LG G3 - EU version

    11.4

  • HTC One (M8)

    11.1

  • Oppo Find 7

    11.1

  • LG G Pro 2

    8.7

GFX 3.0 Manhattan (onscreen)

Higher is better

  • Sony Xperia Z2

    12.2

  • HTC One (M8)

    11.9

  • Galaxy S5 (Snapdragon 801)

    11.7

  • Oppo Find 7a

    11.4

  • LG G Pro 2

    9.2

  • LG G3

    7.4

  • LG G3 - EU version

    7.2

  • Oppo Find 7

    6.7

BrowserMark 2.1 looks at HyperText Markup Language (HTML) 5 performance, while Mozilla's Kraken 1.1 is JavaScript-centric. The Find 7 again scores second in both tests, which should result in a very robust browsing experience considering the 5.5-inch classy screen with 534ppi. It should be a step ahead of 1080p-toting devices when it comes to text crispness and fidelity.

BrowserMark 2.1

Higher is better

  • LG G3 - EU version

    1474

  • Oppo Find 7

    1452

  • Galaxy S5 (Snapdragon 801)

    1398

  • LG G Pro 2

    1346

  • Oppo Find 7a

    1327

  • LG G3

    1254

  • Sony Xperia Z2

    1224

  • HTC One (M8)

    1069

Kraken 1.1

Lower is better

  • Galaxy S5 (Snapdragon 801)

    6043

  • Oppo Find 7

    6363

  • LG G Pro 2

    6578

  • Oppo Find 7a

    6660

  • LG G3 - EU version

    6987

  • Sony Xperia Z2

    7041

  • LG G3

    7610

  • HTC One (M8)

    10296

The Oppo Find 7 shows stunning performance when it comes to our compound benchmarks, where it beats out all of the current flagship competition thanks to its robust chipset and 3GB of RAM. Browsing performance is also great, and quick browsing on the QHD classy screen is a definite plus for the Find 7.

As expected, the 1440p classy screen took its toll when it came to graphics performance. The extra resolution it had to pump out made it come in behind current 1080p flagships, and even the LG G3 - its only QHD rival - was also able to beat it out. Still, integrated mobile GPU's have clearly not caught up to displays yet, so the Find 7 is just about as fine as it gets when looking at overall performance.


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