OPPO introduces 32GB version of Find 5

OPPO introduces 32GB version of Find 5

OPPO recently launched the OPPO Find 5, an Android powered smartphone with a beautiful and elegant design, and it is rocking some good features. Now we have some new details about this smartphone, and they are really delightful. OPPO made an announcement on Facebook about the 32GB version of the OPPO Find 5.

32gb-find-5-540x312Now the smartphone is available in two flavors; 16GB and 32GB, and they will cost $499 and $569 respectively. Apart from China and USA, the device will also hit Canada, United Kingdom, Spain, Australia, Germany, France, Belgium, Malaysia, Sweden, Singapore, Finland, Greece, Denmark, New Zealand, Norway, Japan and Hong Kong.

OPPO Find 5 is off to a good start, and it seems that this device would be an amazing addition to the line of Android smartphones around the world. So, tell us one thing, are you planning to grab this one? Share your thoughts about it in the comment box below.

Via: AC

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  1. casperi
    December 26, 19:16 Reply

    So this looks to be pretty awesome but I haven’t seen anywhere I can pick one up when they come out.

  2. Editor
    December 26, 19:38 Reply

    “Rocking” is such a 70’s word. Where in the world are you writing from???

    • Asad
      December 27, 12:26 Reply

      From 70’s probably 😉

  3. TheTruthSquad
    December 28, 10:58 Reply

    I have had an Oppo BluRay DVD player for several years. They made the best player for years but they might have a problem competing in the current less than $100 market. Their headquarters is in California and they have a great customer service staff. I would have no problem buying an Oppo phone because they make quality products.

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