32GB Oppo Find 5 Pricing announced

32GB Oppo Find 5 Pricing announced

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We already learnt a few days ago that the 16GB Oppo Find 5 would go on sale for 2998 Yuan on the 29th of January, and today official pricing and launch date was announced for the 32GB model.

The 32GB Oppo Find 5 will share all the features which make the 16GB version such a fantastic phone, features which include a 5-inch 1080 display, 2GB RAM, quad-core Qualcomm S4 Pro CPU and that amazing 13 mega-pixel Sony Exmor Pro rear camera sensor, but at the slightly higher retail price of 3298 Yuan ($530).

oppo find 5 pricePricing for the 32GB Oppo Find 5 will be slightly higher when the phone launches in other markets with the retail price being set at $569.

Both versions of the Oppo Find 5 will be available to buy from the 29th January, with pre-orders taking place in physical stores and online as we speak.

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  • David

    Could anyone have any idea on how to import this little gem to Europe? (The Netherlands to be more specific) I’ve been wanting this phone for a loooong time now.

    • tino96

      It wil also launch internnationally, plus there will be an international webshop.

      • Joco1114

        Its price will be 569 GBP in European Union… 🙁
        I have to order it from China directly, even if I have to 30% TAX for it.

        • ron johnson

          $569 = £360

  • Allanitomwesh

    This.
    The price i sorely expected from HUAWEI and never got.
    Now to get the cash.

  • hursty

    Can anyone suggest a reliable on line retailer to buy a Chinese phone ? I.e uredeal , value basket , alienexpress, fastcardtec, ?

    • OMG, ALIENexpress! That’s totally awesome!

      Free facehugger with a “facehugGizchina” coupon! :]

  • ARCHER

    hursty i live in the uk and get all my stuff from pandawill or AntElife both very reliable

    • hursty

      Cheers mate I’ll have a look!

  • Bangalore

    Like the Chinese, the Indians appreciate a good deal too and are less swayed by iHype. If Oppo or Xiaomi had a local Indian service and delivery partner, sales would be unmanageable.