Conclusion: It wouldn't be an exaggeration to say that these days any electronics manufacturer can pick Android and slap together a phone or two with off-the-shelf parts. The real challenge, however, is to pick the right ingredients for polished performance in all aspects, and fuse it together with proprietary software overlay, so that the handset both delivers on the usability front, and differentiates you in the mind of consumers from the sea of Android phones.
Pros: Bright 1080x1920 pixel Full HD screen with very good viewing angles, 20% cheaper than competing flagships, HDR video mode comes handy in many situations, Strong and clear loudspeaker
Cons: Basic version comes with 11 GB of user-available memory, The handset is on the heavy and uncomfortable side, Jittery autofocus and framerate during video capture, Side key travel is shallow
The Oppo Find 5 is a high-end Android phone with an excellent display but it's far from perfect
Good Gear Guide.au
29 June 2013
Summary: The Oppo Find 5 is a high-end Android phone with an excellent display and solid build quality. Unfortunately, it is let down by questionable ergonomics, a lack of 4G, some odd software quirks and poor battery life.
Pros: Excellent screen, Smooth performance, Some useful extra features
Cons: Questionable ergonomics, No 4G or microSD card slot, Poor battery life