The Oppo Find X turned heads when it debuted earlier this month thanks to its pop-up camera system. At the time, Oppo said that the Find X would be coming to North America and Europe in addition to China, but today we’ve got some bad news for consumers in the U.S.
Oppo has confirmed that they will not be launching the Find X in the U.S. The company told PCMag‘s Sascha Segan that they “aren’t ready to deal with our market yet.” Segan confirmed that the Find X is still on track for a release in Europe.
Hate the break it to you folks but @OPPO tells me the Find X is NOT coming to the US. It’s a super-cool, innovative product, but they aren’t ready to deal with our market yet. Yes on Europe though.
— saschasegan (@saschasegan) June 26, 2018
In addition to its motorized camera assembly, the Find X is a high-end Android flagship, boasting specs like a 6.4-inch OLED screen with super slim bezels, a Snapdragon 845 processor, and 8GB of RAM. If it were to launch in the U.S., the Find X would’ve been the first Oppo device to be released stateside, making the news that it’s not coming to the U.S. even more disappointing.
If it were to launch in the U.S., would you consider buying the Oppo Find X?