Today, Chinese mobile phone maker Oppo made its Find 5 smartphone available for purchase in its homeland market, after announcing its availability several weeks back.
The handset lands on shelves in two different flavors, one featuring 16GB of internal storage, and another one packing 32GB of memory.
The 16GB flavor of the smartphone was put up for sale with a price tag of 2,998 Yuan ($481 / €358) attached to it, while the 32GB version of the phone costs 3,298 Yuan ($530 / €394).
For those out of the loop, we should note that the Oppo Find 5 was made available for purchase with a large 5-inch touchscreen display on the front, capable of delivering a full HD 1080p resolution, along with a 441ppi pixel density.
The device also comes with a 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064 quad-core processor inside, complemented by 2GB of RAM, which should result in great performance capabilities.
The specifications list of Oppo Find 5 also includes a 13-megapixel photo snapper on the back, capable of recording videos in full HD resolution.
Furthermore, the handset was launched with support for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, a built-in GPS receiver, and the usual set of sensors inside.
The smartphone was also packed with a special Car mode, which enables users to enjoy the phone’s capabilities even when behind the wheel, so that they could drive safely while still having access to messages, phone functions and other capabilities of the device.
Oppo has loaded Google’s Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system on this mobile phone, but also added its own set of customizations on top of the platform.
Those of you living in China and interested in the purchase of the new smartphone should head over to Oppo’s website to learn more on it and place an order. What remains to be seen is how quickly the smartphone will arrive on shelves in other countries around the world.