Last year, Oppo pulled its phones from Germany due to a legal dispute with Nokia. A report came out in March claiming that Oppo (and its sibling OnePlus) would be leaving several major markets: France, Germany, Netherlands, UK. Both Oppo and OnePlus have refuted the report, but problems may lie ahead. occur. One of them works for Atmospheres, an Oppo contractor that sells phones. According to the person, the service contract with Oppo will end in June 23.
A former Oppo sales manager said employees were told the new Find X and Reno series would not be released in France. The Find N2 Flip was originally meant to be available in retail stores, but plans changed and the phone will only be available online. According to reports, salespeople were told to remove the Oppo display and stop selling even before the June 23 deadline.
Oppo claims it will remain active in France after June 23. However, it’s unclear whether its phones will continue to be sold – in Germany, Oppo removed all phones from its local website, while products like earphones and wearables continued to sell (and appear to be gone now).
In addition, Oppo assured existing users that it will continue to provide support and after-sales services for its phones, including receiving software updates. The Oppo France website is still selling the phone.