Oppo Find 5 officially available in Europe from Tomorrow


OFans of Europe you will all be excited to know that Oppo will be officially launching the Oppo Find 5 to European customers starting from Tomorrow (Monday 27th, 2013).

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Oppo plans to bring a few of its high class Chinese phones to Europe via it’s official European webstore. The Find 5 is the companies current flagship device costing €399 with free shipping, and is on par with phones like the Samsung Galaxy S3, HTC One and Sony Xperia Z in terms of quality and specifications.

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7 Comments

  1. Simon
    May 26, 2013

    Sounds like a good strategic move by Oppo to gain customers in Europe, who may have initially favoured Meizu or Xiaomi especially if they introduce a couple of handsets which are more mid-range to the Find 5.

    • May 26, 2013

      The problem that it have more than half a yearin the market, and now this model is no longer a top-end, it will be update to the new Snapdragon cpu 600 series for Europe to gain the European customers

      • alike
        May 26, 2013

        That is the reason why the price is reduced from 499 € to 399 € now.

  2. Rob
    May 26, 2013

    Problem is that 399 Euros is too expensive to tempt buyers who may well have never heard of Oppo, a JiyaYu G4 around £180 might sell better if JiiyaYu could be tempted

  3. Simon
    May 26, 2013

    Rob even though 399 Euros is very expensive, if you compare that with the handset price of HTC One, Samsung GS4 or Sony Xperia Z, don’t you think its reasonable ?

  4. Rob
    May 27, 2013

    Tried to connect to the europian OPPO website. Got this message: Sorry, your region is currently not supported.
    So apperently not the whole of europe is served.

    • Rob
      May 28, 2013

      Turned out to be a firewall issue. So no problems after all.