Oppo Find X officially arrives in Europe


While previous Oppo news was about the R17, now we’ve got something for the Find X. The Oppo Find X officially lands in France today, and it’s already available for purchase. It can be directly bought from Orange and Fnac Darty’s outlet stores. Pricing is steep at €1,000 for the phone alone or €499 with a 24-month contract.

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All purchases between September 7 and October 4 will also receive Oppo’s O-Free Wireless earphones for free. It’s incredibly pricey, especially next to the Asian market pricing of the device. Despite that, it’s exactly in-line with the prices Oppo gave during the device’s Paris launch event.

A Dutch retailer also has the Find X on sale for €1,000, so it’s safe to assume this is an official European release. We expect to see the device appear in more European countries soon enough. Though we can’t say it’s a good price, Oppo is at least making an attempt to bring the device to other countries.



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