Oppo is launching a trio of Find X2 phones in Germany that will allow you to tap into the country’s growing 5G network. You can pre-order one of the three phones now and the store should ship it in a couple of days.
The top dog is the Oppo Find X2 Pro and it costs serious money, €1,200. You can check out our review to see if it’s worth it, and if it is, head over to Amazon.de or one of several other retailers. Also, Vodafone and Deutsche Telekom have on-contract deals if you can’t pay the full price up front.
Or you might want to look at the Oppo Find X2 Neo and Find X2 Lite instead, those are €700 and €500, respectively. Compared to the Lite, the Neo has a 90Hz screen (both 1080p AMOLEDs), 13MP telephoto camera as well as more RAM and storage (12/256GB vs. 8/128GB). Both offer 5G connectivity and Snapdragon 765G chipsets, here's a more detailed breakdown of the differences.
Anyway, if you buy any of these three Find X2 models, you are entitled to a free pair of Bluetooth headphones. The Neo and Lite get Oppo Enco TWS earbuds while the Pro model gets fancier Bang & Olufsen on-ear headphones (these cost €400 on their own).
Here are the stores that are offering the X2 phones. You can also follow the Source link for more details. There you will also find instructions on how to claim the free headphones.
I'm really sad that Oppo doesn't use sd card slots.
What makes them think a phone deserves 1200! Madness. Wallets will vote.