We already knew that the Oppo Find 5 would make its way to the US sometime after its launch in the company’s native China, but here’s some good news if you reside anywhere else in the world. It turns out that the Chinese company doesn’t want to stop there, and will release its latest and greatest smartphone in many other countries and territories too.
For now, the list contains Canada, the UK, Spain, Australia, Germany, France, Belgium, Malaysia, Sweden, Singapore, Finland, Greece, Denmark, New Zealand, Norway, Japan, and Hong Kong. However, this list isn’t final, and new countries may be added to it in the future, so don’t be disappointed if your particular land isn’t in there yet.
All of the aforementioned countries (and perhaps others too, we’ll have to wait and see) will get the Oppo Find 5 sometime during the first quarter of next year. A company rep has told Engadget that the aim is for the ‘global’ launch to happen as close as possible to the Chinese one, which is still slated for early January.
And if you like your phablet to have plenty of built-in storage space, then you’ll be happy to know that Oppo has also unveiled that it has a 32 GB version of the Find 5 in the works. This will retail for $569 in the US, $70 more than the 16 GB model.
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