The Oppo Find 5 finally has its launch date. Official word has come down that it will launch in China on January 29th. The company has previously stated they plan to launch the phone in the US and Europe shortly after that, although no specifics were given. This is a remarkably attractive device, with an elegant and understated design aesthetic. It doesn't hurt that the device has some fairly impressive specs as well including a quad-core processor and a 5-inch 1080p display. Here's a quote with some additional info,

Big handset fans (we'll abstain from the ph-word) will soon have another option in the Oppo Find 5, as it's set to go on pre-order in China for 2,998 yuan ($485) on January 15th. That sum will get buyers there the 16GB model (pricing for the 32GB version in China hasn't been released), which Oppo will drop in the mail starting on January 29th in all its 5-inch, 1080P, quad-core glory. The company said earlier that it would try to bring the natty looking model to North America, Europe and elsewhere soon afterwards, at $500 stateside for the 16GB model and $570 for the 32GB version.
What do you guys think? Are there just too many different phones to watch out for to get excited about this one, or could it be a "sleeper" hit?

Source: Engadget