Back in April this year, Oppo announced a notch-totting mid-range smartphone dubbed A3. The device has only been available in China so far. But that changes now, as Oppo has confirmed the Taiwanese launch of the phone.
The handset will go on sale in the country starting tomorrow (June 23), and it will be available through both online and offline channels, including Oppo's local e-store, major online shopping platforms, Oppo Experience stores as well as partner outlets.
As for pricing, the phone will carry a price tag of NTD 10,990 in the country, which currently translates into around $365. Early adopters will also get a free OTG pen drive worth around $15.
Note that diamond black and silver color options won't be available until July 1.
What kind of scam is this? It is basically a downgraded Oppo F7. Oppo F7 is also sold just a bit lower price than that A3. The only differences are lack of fingerprint sensor and lower megapixel for A3 selfie camera.
A Chinese company announcing a product is available outside China and then saying it's Taiwan? Not sure if Uncle Xi approves of that wording... :)