The Oppo Find 5 is one Chinese Android smartphone that we have extensively covered this year, especially in the recent weeks, as we had a chance to offer you an extensive hands-on preview of the device.
And now we have some good news for you for Android smartphone buyers that are interested in getting this particular handset in the following weeks. The company has confirmed via its Facebook page that the Find 5 will be available in a 32GB version, which will cost $569 in the U.S., or $70 more than the 16GB model.
In addition to America, the phone will ship officially to a variety of countries in Q1 2013 including, in spite of what you may have initially heard: Canada, UK, Spain, Australia, Germany, France, Belgium, Malaysia, Sweden, Singapore, Finland, Greece, Denmark, New Zealand, Norway, Japan and Hong Kong.
In fact, it looks like this is only a partial list of markets for the handset, so more countries will get the handset next year. As for the ones above, Engadget tells us that Oppo will try to launch the device “as close to the early January China launch as possible,” although we don’t have any official release dates yet.
Are you buying an Oppo Find 5 next year?