By Stephen Schenck | December 5, 2012 1:18 PM
A couple months back, we heard of the Oppo Find 5, and the rumored specs attached to the Android made it out to be quite the high-end handset. At the time, we weren’t quite sure the phone was even real, but now it looks like the Find 5 could not only be confirmed, but on its way to the US.
At oppousa.com you’ll find a detailed spec sheet for the Find 5, along with the note that it will be available in the US off-contract and unlocked for just about $500, and will be compatible with T-Mobile, AT&T, and Simple Mobile. While this still lists the same kind of high-end specs we heard about earlier, the whole thing feels a little weird.
After all, what manufacturer puts up a spec sheet as their website’s landing page? Whois data reveals the site was registered through GoDaddy by a proxy, which has us a little concerned about hoaxsters. The registration details were also updated just yesterday.
To be fair, Engadget says that it managed to verify this Oppo info with its contacts, but for now this all still seems just a bit unusual, and has us wishing we’d get some better confirmation out of Oppo.