After Germany, the Oppo Find X2 trio is heading to the UK. The phones will be available through retailers Amazon, Currys and Carphone Warehouse as well as carriers EE, O2, Vodafone and Virgin.
The Oppo Find X2 Pro costs a hefty £1,100 if you get it SIM free, so you might want to opt for a carrier deal. For example, you can have it for £50 upfront then £65/month. Note that these prices are for the sole version with 512GB storage. It’s available only in ceramic Black and Orange vegan leather (no Green yet).
Brits get the same early bird deal as the Germans, a free pair of Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H8i (normally worth £270).
The Oppo Find X2 Lite is the most affordable of the three, but still gives you an opportunity to test out Britain’s new 5G networks. The phone is £400 SIM-free or £30/mo on a contract. Its pre-order deal is a free pair of Oppo Enco Earpods TWS headset (normally priced at £120).
All three models can be pre-ordered now and will be delivered by June 10.
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