Oppo has tried to expand its presence in the European market and the latest deal looks like a big step forward. In a press release, the phone maker announced a partnership with Vodafone in seven European countries where the operator will offer some of the devices "to accelerate the adoption of 5G and increase the availability of Oppo products."
The first seven countries where Oppo phones will be offered by Vodafone are Germany, UK, Spain, Portugal, Romania, Turkey and the Netherlands. The phones will be rolled out across all Vodafone channels, which is both the carrier's online store and physical retail outlets, wherever they work during the global pandemic.
Oppo revealed in the media message that smartphones of all ranges will be found in these markets - from the A-series, through Reno devices, to the Find X2 and Find X2 Pro. A quick check reveals that most local divisions have yet to know about the new partnership - no information is available on some of the local carrier's pages.
However, you can buy a Find X2 Pro in the Netherlands since day one of the phone's announcement, while Vodafone Spain is offering the Oppo A9 2020 for free if you buy a plan as a new customer.