Prices are as expected - the standard 6GB/128GB memory variant goes for CNY 3,199 ($468) while the 8GB/128GB model sells for CNY 3,499 ($512). There's also a gradient fog alteration of the latter with a cooler paint job that will set you back CNY 3,599 ($527). The Pro version is still expected to ship sometime in mid-October.
Meanwhile, Oppo also had a little something for the Europeans. The Oppo Find X has officially arrived in France and can be bought through Orange or Fnac Darty's outlet stores. And everyone who buys the phone between September 7 and October 4 will get for free Oppo's O-Free Wireless earphones.
The price is a little steep, compared to Asian markets, but it's exactly what Oppo said the Find X will cost at its Paris launch event. It's €1,000 for the phone alone, or €499 with a 24-month contract. A Dutch retailer has the phone as well at the same price of €1,000 so we can assume this means official Europe release. We won't be surprised if more European retailers are currently offering the handset.
a bit steep? 1000Â€ is way too much for a gadget. reminder, there is bezel and notchless phones with 128/8GB out there for 500Â€...if a motorized camera makes a phone 500Â€ more expensive, I dunno---
Just 1000 ;)
A 1000 thousand Euro. Are they having a laugh? Dead in the water