In this versus post, we take a look at how the Optimus G Pro and the Oppo Find 5 do against each other.
Hot on the heels of Huawei and ZTE, Oppo is bringing its brand of Android to the masses – and they’ve brought the big guns. Enter the Find 5.
With Sony’s Xperia Z making the most unexpected waves and the HTC M7 and Samsung Galaxy S4 rumors gaining traction, the Oppo Find 5 pretty much fell off our radar.
After many years of living in the shadows, Sony looks like it could finally break into the high society of smartphones with the Xperia Z.
If anyone could unseat Samsung for Android dominance, who could it be? Let’s take a hard look at which mobile company could disrupt Samsung’s reign.
The Oppo Find 5 has an official retail date – January 29th 2013. The 16GB model of the 5-inch full HD smartphone will go on pre-order in China for 2,998 yuan ($485) on January 15th. It is expected that it will start shipping on the 29th.
Oppo has announced a cool new contest on their Facebook page that will choose five lucky beta testers to win a free Find 5 Android smartphone.
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.
Oppo has no plans to bring any of the company’s smartphones in Europe very soon, according to an official statement from Carl Pei, International Markets Manager for the Chinese.
What happens when the relatively newcomer in the Android stage is trying to take on the seasoned player, which admittedly has seen better days, but still got some fighting spirit left? Will the Oppo Find 5 emerge victorious against the HTC One X+? Let’s pit the two and find out.