The Oppo Find 5 finally has a release date attached to it. That’s going to be January 29, but only in China. The company hasn’t yet announced when its 5-inch 1080p phablet would make it to the rest of the world. But, unlike many other Chinese phones before it, the Find 5 is set to have an international debut, sometime during this quarter (so before the end of March).
If you’re in China, you can pre-order a Find 5 right now from Oppo’s website. The 16 GB version will cost you 2,998 yuan, which amounts to approximately $483 or €363 going by this moment’s international exchange rates. Pricing for the 32 GB variant in China isn’t known yet.
In the US, the Oppo Find 5 with 16 GB of storage will cost $499, while the version with double that space will go for $569. The device should also make its way to 17 other countries and territories at the very least – according to information that surfaced last month.
How exactly this will all go through remains to be seen, though, since Oppo clearly doesn’t have the distribution might of its more well known competitors. Perhaps the oft-rumored international online store will be the solution. We’ll have to wait and see.
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