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Currently $1499 at JB Hi-Fi
Offer available until April 12th or while stocks last
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Micro USB Cable
According to Oppo's website, it should come with a USB-C cable. I don't think it's dual sim.
It is not Dual SIM and yes, it comes with USB-C Cable!
great phone, shame its not dual sim :(
Yes it is!
Is it branded stock like optus or telstra?
The phone will display an Optus logo or "splash screen" on startup. Otherwise, unbranded and network unlocked Aussie stock.
I just sent you a PM on some question because i'm interested in purchasing if you can reply that would be great.
is 5G backward compatible with 3G or 4G networks?
Does it comes with a 24 months AU manufacturer warranty?
Yes! 24 month manufacturer warranty from the day of activation
Is this manufacturer warranty?
The warranty is essentially useless from my experience with OnePlus (which is same company as Oppo).
"Oh your phone has very noticeable screen burn after under 6 months? That's normal wear and tear" I must just be lucky that it's never happened with any other phone before, ever. lol.
"Oh your phone turns off randomly after 18 months because the battery is failing? That's normal." This one is more common, but other companies are starting to offer 24 months on internal batteries (ie Samsung, which has a comparable A90 5G phone)
@dyl: Have you had personal experience?
@chikoo99: For the two mentioned examples, I've personally had those experiences with OnePlus. I'm unsure if Oppo's warranty team differs, but being the same company I doubt it. They likely share the same policies.
OnePlus denied both warranty claims on my OnePlus 5, arguing both are "typical" or "normal wear and tear" and not a factory defect / warrantable issue. In other words, it's "normal" for the phone to be unusable after 18 months due to major battery issues. Expecting annoying screen burn after 6 months is "typical".
I've not had experience with Samsung, but I do note their site mentions specifically 24 months warranty of internal batteries (ie not user replacable), so that's comforting. I've also seen they've done battery replacement programs (ie cheaper replacements) for out of warranty units.
@dyl: Oh sorry to hear that, I just checked Oppo Aus site, looks like the same policy as Samsung but both do say defects.
I am considering this for as it has top specs with sub 1k price tag.
Thanks, you made me check this point out
@chikoo99: Saying defects is where they'll get ya.
Don't be sorry, I'm fine with it… But it is something I'll consider in future purchases. IE I won't be expecting much warranty wise from them - seems more like bogus insurance that never pays out. "Yeah 24 months coverage… Unless you need to claim anything, then that's not covered" kind of situation.
Edit: whoops not associated I bumped the button.
Does this phone support USB type c to HDMI? I have searched but have not found anything conclusive. Thank you
yep I have one and have done this
Thanks for replying, this phone is on the list for sure. Cheers
Just checking the software updates for this phone, on the Oppo web site it looks like the last update was mid last year including security updates. Looks relatively unsupported if that is the case. Not sure about dropping $700 on an unsupported device. Cheers
How is this half the price at JB?
During current COVID 19 period, when can I expect the delivery time from your guys to Melbourne metropolitan region?
Hello, even during this period we are trying to keep our promised delivery period. Orders paid for by 2pm will be shipped the very same business day via Australia Post Express Delivery. Orders paid after 2pm are shipped the following business day.
I'm close to pulling the trigger, anyone pick one up have comments on UI, cameras, size and weight…