Oppo’s new Find X flagship smartphone will cost £999 and ships in August: The first smartphone from the Chinese electronics company, The Oppo Find X, is all set to be sold in North America and Europe, will cost £999 (about $1,150 at current USD conversation rates). The pricing was declared at the tail end of Oppo’s lavish reveal event which was held at the Louvre in Paris today.
That price appears to be only for the 256GB configuration, and this is not clear yet that whether the phone will be available in cheap price or the Oppo Find X will be expensive.
In the month of August, The device is slated to ship, although this is not clear yet whether that time frame is for Europe, North America, or both regions.
Amid to the Find X, Oppo phones were constrained and restricted in the China, India, Philippines, and a few other Asian nations. This new model, that features an edge-to-edge display, is Oppo’s attempt to compete with top-tier handset makers, which is consists of very akin, to the Apple and Samsung.
This is most notable feature is a pop-up camera in place of a front-facing module fitted surrounded by a display notch, because in this case on the iPhone X and a number of Android copycat devices.
This is also a controversial choice, given that this can perhaps make the phone prone to mechanical issues and dust or water damage.
But this is surely, distinctive, and it’s an interesting workaround to incorporating a front-facing camera into a bezel-less display.
Oppo is all set to unveil a Lamborghini edition of the Find X phone for £1,699 (about $1,966) with an imprinted logo and superior fast charging capability anyway.