+ Thursday November 21st, 2019


Oppo‘s Find 7, N1 Mini and Neo 5 smartphones are now available for purchase from Australian retailer Allphones. It’s the first time Oppo phones have been stocked on any Australian retailers’ shelves, and there are some bonus gifts bundled with the phones ranging from speakers to covers and screen protectors to sweeten the deal.

The Find 7 is retailing for $729 (although we were told $719, that’s the price on Allphones’ site) and comes with a flip cover, screen protector and a 3000 mAh battery. The N1 Mini at $539 has a similar bonus pack, but swaps an “iLike speaker” for the 3000 mAh battery. Finally, the Neo 5 at just $219 comes with two covers – a hard shell and a flip cover – and a screen protector.

Click here to read Dan’s review of the Find 7.

If you’ve been thinking of buying an Oppo phone, you can head on in to an Allphones store and get your hands-on time with the device. Allphones has 71 locations around Australia. The Allphone bundle deals look like better value than Oppo’s own offers, and we’re hoping they’ll adjust their Find 7 price down to be in line with the $719.

Will you try out an Oppo phone from Allphones? Do the bonus bundles sweeten the deal for you? Tell us in the comments!

Source: Allphones.

Jason Murray   Deputy Editor

Jason Murray

Before discovering the Nexus One, Jason thought he didn't need a smartphone. Now he can't bear to be without his Android phone. Jason hails from Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane depending on his mood and how detailed a history you'd like. A web developer by day with an interest in consumer gadgets and electronics, he also enjoys reading comics and has a worryingly large collection of Transformers figures. He'd like to think he's a gamer, but his Wii has been in a box since he moved to Sydney, and his PlayStation Vita collection is quite lacking. Most mornings you'll find him tilting at various windmills on Twitter - follow @JM77 and say hi!

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