+ Tuesday September 24th, 2019

Oppo and DSE
Oppo and Dick Smith announced a partnership two weeks ago, advising that they would be ranging Oppo Mobiles (and accessories) in their stores from the 14th of July. That day has come and true to their word, you can now check out Oppo Mobiles on the Dick Smith website.

Dick Smith has taken the partnership seriously building a landing page for Oppo phones which you can check out at dicksmith.com.au/oppo. As you can see, the landing page points you to their higher end offerings, the Find 7, R5, N3 and N1 Mini, but there’s other Oppo phones listed if you search for Oppo on the DSE website.

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Oppo did originally announce that they would also be ranging accessories at Dick Smith online, however at this stage there’s nothing there at the moment.
Update: We’re reliably informed that there’s also a large amount of VOOC battery packs in-stock at Dick Smith stores, just not on the website.

Oppo and Dick Smith are launching their partnership ‘officially’ on the 30th of July, where they will show off the ‘experiential zones’ in Dick Smith stores as well as the Oppo R7 and R7 Plus. We hope to show you a hands-on before the 28th of July launch date of those phones however. If you’re looking to check out an Oppo phone, then ask your local DSE about their plans for stocking the Oppo range.

Source: Dick Smith.
Thanks: Peter.

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