Oppo Find 7 (?) Well, apparently this phone is going to be .2mm thick according to the Chinese source The full read is over here at Gizchina. Personal thoughts: Impossible with current technology. Of course, I would only want thinner if that meant a battery bigger than 3000mah. .2mm aside, the phone has some similar design aspects to the Find 5, you can pretty much tell from the source image. The phone itself does look very thin though in the picture, but I don't think .2mm is plausible. Only time will tell though. I do love the design however, it looks amazing with the black slab going for it. I would be pretty happy to just have the Find 5 updated with a Snapdragon 600/800 or Tegra 4i (any next-gen chip) and a 3000+mAH battery that will last at least a day on moderate-heavy usage. At least as long as a Note 2. Oppo R809T You can also head over to Gizchina to check out this story. Personal thoughts: The Oppo R809T measures at 6.13mm thick but will target the lower end of the spectrum featuring a very popular quad-core Mediatek MT6589 and sport a 4.5-inch display. To justify Oppo, the MT6589, although Mediatek, performs pretty decently and has become very popular in a lot of recent lower end cheaper Chinese phones. A lot of those phones even sporting 1080P 5" displays that aren't half bad. The closest example equivalent of the MT6589 in performance is that it benches similar to the S4 Dual-cores. I, however, don't like the price of $403 or 2500 yuan. Just an estimate at this point but when you compare it to other companies that are releasing $250-$350 5" 1080P MT6589 phones, it's not quite worth it. Some even featuring 3000+mAH batteries. It should be noted, the Xiaomi MI2S features 32GB model with a 4.3 inch 720P display with a Snapdragon 600 for only $367 USD. So what are your thoughts on these phones Oppo may have up for release?