If you like your phone to pack some serious front camera power, you’ll definitely want to keep your eyes peeled for the Oppo Ulike 2, a phone sporting a 5MP front-facing camera that has finally been released in Oppo’s home country.
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.
The two phones that we are pitting against each other today are both amazing. The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and the Oppo Find 5 deliver the best specs around and a refined user experience. But the differences between the two devices are substantial. So let’s compare them!
We attended the Oppo Find 5 launch event, and got up close and personal with the new full HD device. But how does the Find 5 feel in actual use? Check out our hands-on photo gallery for a better look at the Find 5.
The full HD Oppo Find 5 just launched at a Beijing event and we have the official image gallery. The phone looks sleek, and packs some equally impressive specifications. We have the full rundown... on the Oppo Find 5 specs and availability here, and very soon we’ll pitch Oppo’s latest creation against some of its direct competitors.
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Today in Beijing, Oppo, the makers of the ultra-thin Finder, revealed their newest flagship the 5-inch full HD Oppo Find 5. The Oppo Find 5 packs some of the best specifications currently available on any smartphone. Check them out.
Oppo has sent out invites for the launch event of the Oppo Find 5, scheduled for December 12 in Beijing, and we’ve just got ours. The Find 5 is expected to arrive by the end of the year in China, and shapes out to be a very exciting device.
Talk about stating the obvious. Oppo, who’s been tormenting us with a far too long and exhausting hype-building campaign for the Find 5 phone, has finally decided to make the 5-incher’s spec sheet public surprising no one.