Chinese smartphone maker OPPO has put three new 5G models on sale from Tuesday, one of which was announced in March. The company's Find X2 series launched its premium model, the Find X2 Pro ($1599) at that time, and has added the Find X2 Neo ($999) and the Find X2 Lite ($749).
Chinese smartphone manufacturer OPPO has launched the A72 in Australia, another device aimed at the low end of the market, with the RRP being $299. It will be sold exclusively by Optus on pre-paid plans from 9 June.
Chinese smartphone maker OPPO has hit the market again, this time with another low-budget device, the A52, that retails for $299. Last year, the company released a phone with the same price, the AX5s.
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