Oppo Find 5 Receives FCC Approvals

The handset might arrive on shelves in the US soon

  Oppo Find 5
Following its official landing on shelves in China, Oppo’s Find 5 smartphone appears ready to become available for purchase in other markets around the world as well.
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Following its official landing on shelves in China, Oppo’s Find 5 smartphone appears ready to become available for purchase in other markets around the world as well.

The handset has been spotted at the FCC with model number X909 attached to it, supposedly its international flavor.

The handset has emerged at the Federal Communications Commission with support for GSM and W-CDMA networks, as well as with Wi-Fi connectivity capabilities.

Should it ever arrive on shelves in the United States, Oppo Find 5 will also pack Bluetooth and NFC connectivity capabilities, just as the Chinese version does.

For the time being, however, no official info on when the smartphone might be launched in the United States has been provided, though such details might be unveiled in the not too distant future, so stay tuned to learn the news.

Oppo Find 5 at the FCC (2 Images)

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