OPPO Japan announced yesterday that it will officially sell 5G smartphone products through Japanese operators KDDI and SoftBank. OPPO’s first flagship 5G mobile phone, the Find X2 Pro, will be available on KDDI omni-channels from July 22, while the OPPO Reno3 5G version will be available for sale across SoftBank’s omni-channels from July 31.
Since entering Japan in 2018, OPPO has released many smartphones. In October 2019, OPPO Japan created their first customized product, the OPPO Reno A, for the Japanese market. According to the needs of the Japanese market, it added IP67 dustproof and waterproof functions and FeliCa mobile payment functions.
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Wu Qiang, Vice President of OPPO and President of Global Sales, said: “Japan has always been one of the overseas markets that OPPO attaches great importance to. Over the past two years, we have always adhered to localized product customization, brand and product communication, and continue to satisfy Japanese consumers and partners for mobile phones.
Strict requirements for design and technology. With the advent of the 5G era, OPPO is also continuing to deepen cooperation with leading operator partners such as KDDI and Softbank, and achieved the first sale of two OPPO 5G mobile phones in July.
Next, OPPO Japan will continue Bringing leading 5G products, technologies and ecological services to Japanese consumers, and working closely with local operator partners to jointly promote the realization of 5G integration of everything.”