OPPO Find N fans become targets for scalpers in China as official stock of the first-gen foldable sells out
The OPPO Find N has garnered a lot of interest since its launch not merely due to its foldable nature but to the dimensions of both the primary and secondary displays that, as the OEM asserts, may "solve a lot of problems" with its emerging premium smartphone category. Now, however, it may has a different potential problem: scalping.
OPPO had released the new foldable in limited quantities in order to celebrate its debut. The units in question were set at its 'normal' price of 7,699 yuan (~US$1,210) for one with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage or 8,999 yuan (~$1,410) for a top-end 8/512GB SKU. However, they have reportedly all sold out not long after its official sales channel went live.
Then again, some of them are now to be found on the "second-hand" site Xianyu - just not costing the same. Some customers have reportedly re-listed their unopened OPPO Find Ns, for 9,299 yuan (~$1,460) in one case, whereas the top-end SKU has been spotted at 12,000 yuan (~$1,880).
These pages might be a measure of the Find N's popularity in China already - even though it will be on sale again at its regular cost on December 23, 2021.