Oppo is planning to release the Find 5 in China and the US in Q1 2013. But in a recently released list, Oppo says that it will also release the device in Hong Kong, Japan, Norway, New Zealand, Denmark, Greece, Finland, Singapore, Sweden, Malaysia, Belgium, Germany, France, Canada, Australia, Spain and UK.
The Oppo Find 5 sports a 5” 1080p display, which yields an impressive pixel density of 441 ppi. This puts the phone in direct competition with the HTC J Butterfly/Droid DNA. The heavy data lifting will be performed by the Snapdrgon S4 Pro quad-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz, while the Adreno 320 GPU will crunch the 3D graphics.
There’s 2GB of RAM for heavy duty multitasking performance, but the absence of microSD card is disappointing as the phone uses only 16GB of onboard storage. However, there are reports that a 32GB model will also be released for $569. In the US, the phone will feature support for HSPA+ networks offered by T-Mobile and AT&T.