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Oppo confirms Find X will arrive in UK

Posted On: Jul 13, 2018   |   Posted By: GSMArena

Oppo confirms Find X will arrive in UK

Oppo announced the Find X on June 19 and confirmed that it will be bringing it to Europe starting with Italy, Spain, France, and the Netherlands. Later the company confirmed it's not coming to the US, which meant it's not so much a global launch but a market by market rollout.
Well, the UK can breathe a sigh of relief as it's going to make the list. Oppo trademarked 40 mobile devices in the United Kingdom, and a company spokesperson later confirmed that the Find X would arrive in the country. However he couldn't provide an exact time frame for when that might be happening.
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