The European expansion of Oppo started from the United Kingdom on Tuesday, continued with Poland on Wednesday and wrapped up an eventful week yesterday in Turkey. The company brought at four phones to Poland - Oppo AX7, Oppo RX17 Pro, Oppo RX17 Neo, and Oppo Find X, while Turkey only got the first three of those.
Oppo AX7 is actually the Oppo A7 that was announced back in November but with a new moniker due to licensing issues. It still has Snapdragon 450 chipset and a 6.2” HD+ screen with a waterdrop notch, along with a huge 4,230 mAh battery. The device comes with 3 GB RAM and 64 GB storage and costs PLN999 (€240) in Poland, while in Turkey it comes with 4 GB RAM for TRY2,199 (€370).
Oppo RX17 Neo comes with AMOLED panel and fingerprint scanner underneath it. Both Turkey and Poland will see the 4/128 GB on the store shelves, but the discrepancy in pricing is visible here as well - PLN1,499 (€350) vs. TRY2,999 (€500).
Oppo RX17 Pro has three cameras, SuperVOOC charging and 25 MP front-facing shooter. You can get it with 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage for PLN2,599, which is about €610. Turkish price is TRY4,999, which equals €840.
The carbon-clad Lamborghini edition with 50W SuperVOOC support costs almost twice as much - PLN7,299 or €1,700.
that made no sense. half in europe, half in asia, but asia is bigger... since when is one half bigger than the other half? hahahaha! anyway, only about 1/4 of turkey is in europe, the other 3/4 is in asia. use a map. and learn mathematics