Today, Chinese phone-maker Oppo launches its flagship phone, the Find 5 in Indonesia. The handset boasts high-end specifications that can challenge the likes of the Sony Xperia Z and the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S4.
Both the Oppo Find 5 and Samsung Galaxy S4 have five-inch screens that are 1080p resolution, with 441 pixels per inch. They also have 2GB RAM, and a 13-megapixel back camera. But when it comes to overall execution, a lot of people would definitely bet Samsung to be the better phone.
Oppo Find 5 is priced at IDR 5.5 million (US$566) in Indonesia, whereas the Samsung Galaxy S4 will open pre-orders tomorrow for around IDR 7.5 million ($772). Local shoppers can find more information about Oppo here, and about the Samsung Galaxy S4 pre-order here.
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