OPPO has just announced that it will be rescheduling the launch of its upcoming flagship smartphone, the Find X2, to March.
The announcement comes after the cancelation of the Mobile World Congress (MWC) that was set to happen in Barcelona. OPPO’s next flagship was set to launch on February 22 as the company’s pre-MWC event.
In a statement sent to Gizmochina, the smartphone company expressed:
OPPO respects and understands GSMA’s decision to cancel the MWC Barcelona 2020 event. After serious consideration, we have also decided to reschedule the OPPO Find X2 Global Launch Event, originally scheduled on 22nd February. As of now, the event will be rescheduled for March and more information will be shared soon. Thank you for your continued support, and we kindly look forward to unveiling our latest flagship 5G smartphone in the near future.
The brand also posted a statement on its official Twitter account, saying:
We had so much to show you, but not to worry – at the next available moment we’ll be making some big announcements to bring the next wave of smart device innovation to our users.
Our thoughts are with those all around the world affected by recent events. ?
— OPPO (@oppo) February 13, 2020
The Find X2, first unveiled during the Qualcomm Snapdragon Summit, is expected to have SD865, OPPO’s Waterfall screen, a hole-punch front camera, and a 48MP Sony IMX689 primary sensor. OPPO has not yet mentioned any other detail about its rescheduled launch, apart from it slated to happen in March.
Statement via Gizmochina