Oppo to partner with Vodafone in seven European markets
Oppo has been trying to expand its presence in the European market and the latest deal seems like a major step forward. In a press release, the phone manufacturer announced a partnership with Vodafone in seven European countries where the carrier will offer some of the devices “to accelerate 5G adoption and expand availability of Oppo products”.
The first seven countries where Oppo phones will be offered by Vodafone are Germany, the UK, Spain, Portugal, Romania, Turkey, and the Netherlands. Phones will roll out across Vodafone channels, which is both the online store of the carrier and the physical retail points, wherever they are working during the global pandemic.
Oppo revealed in the message to media that smartphones from all ranges will be found on these markets - from the A series, through the Reno devices, all the way to the Find X2 and Find X2 Pro. A quick check reveals that most of the local divisions are yet to learn about the new partnership - there isn’t any info on some of the local carrier’s pages.
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