Oppo Find 5 Review!

The Oppo Find 5! It’s the Storm Trooper of 1080p smartphones in 2013. Gotta love it! Find 5 First Impressions: http://youtu.be/1E6PDgIwFg4 Pricing, availabil…
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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19 Responses to Oppo Find 5 Review!

  1. Zain Motalif says:

    Damn that’s a sexy ass phone. Great review as always.

  2. darkra4056 says:

    Whats the dubstep In the beginning

  3. MAx SG says:

    Ok kids! this is how you read this brand, moves the 2 os inside like this P>OO

  4. Rodrigo Graça says:

    I am from Europe (Portugal) :)

  5. Martin Mal says:

    Being an international phone it only runs on GSM pentaband networks, so in the states thats TMobile and AT&T Networks. Check with your service provider if it will work. UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA/HSPA+/HSPA+42 (850, 1700, 1900, 2100MHz) GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900MHz). It will not run on sprint and verizon unfortunately since they are CDMA networks.

  6. Rodrigo Graça says:

    Unlocked? To all carriers?

  7. Tony Lexus says:

    Margues, SInce i currently have Verizon and the iphone 5 how would i get the Oppo 5 to work if the phone is unlocked? Do i just buy a new SIM card and transfer my contacts in the store and then install the new SIM in the Oppo and i’m ready to go?

  8. Tony Lexus says:

    wish this was compatible with Verizon and the iphone 5 SIM card… This phone looks awesome

  9. Tony Lexus says:

    AliExpress (dot) com

  10. clsmz says:

    where can i buy one? the website doesn’t show how to purchases one.

  11. Martin Mal says:

    I have watched this video like 4 times now

  12. Martin Mal says:

    $499 For the 16Gb and $570 for the 32Gb, both of which come unlocked standard. This is pretty good compared to other unlocked phones like the xperia Z (650) DNA (720)

  13. Martin Mal says:

    Unfortunately no, Verizon is CDMA network. Most international phones run on GSM (AT&T and TMobile in the states)

  14. Martin Mal says:

    Actually oppo being a fairly small company with a few number of smart phone dedicates more time to firmware updates. We have been seeing around 1-2 updates per week while they work out some firmware bugs. They also immediately respond to user advice and incorporates what the people want into their UI. As for bloatware, there is non. It is skinned yes, but no extraneous apps or tools. Plus its an android flash a new UI or launcher and youre good to go.

  15. Martin Mal says:

    oppostyle, google it

  16. Martin Mal says:

    Agreed, it seems like the Oppo find 5 is getting a little underrated, it deserves to be shown off to the world. I have been trying to figure out a way to make a viral video incorporating the oppo find 5 so people will know the brand and buy it xD

  17. Martin Mal says:

    Yes it has the latest bluetooth 4.0 which can do file transfers between devices using the BTF app. The oppo find 5 also has NFC capabilities so it can also transfer files that way, however Oppo says for best transfer speeds use communication between 2 oppo devices. Adding to the plethora of features, you can also stream movies to other DLNA capable device by screen mirroring.

  18. Martin Mal says:

    Yes it can run on the AT&T network, this is a GSM phone.

  19. Martin Mal says:

    UI isnt choppy any more, firmware updates fixed this. The original Beta UI was a little slow at first. There is nothing to worry about Oppo is on top of their game.

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