Due to a legal dispute with Nokia, Oppo pulled its phones from Germany last year. There was a report in March claiming Oppo (and its sibling OnePlus) would leave several key markets: France, Germany, the Netherlands, and the UK. There may still be trouble ahead for Oppo and OnePlus, despite their denials of the report.

To find out what’s going on, Frandroid interviewed several employees in France. Atmospheres is a contractor for Oppo that handles sales of phones. As per that person, Oppo’s service contract ends on June 30.

According to a former Oppo sales manager, employees were told the new Find X and Reno series would not be released in France. Originally, the Find N2 Flip would have been available in retail stores, but plans changed and the phone is now available only online. Even before the June 30 deadline, sales personnel were told to remove Oppo displays and stop selling.

According to Oppo, it will remain active in France after June 30. In Germany, Oppo delisted all phones from its local site, while headphones and wearables continued to be sold (these seem to have disappeared now as well).

Oppo assures current owners that it will continue to provide support and after-sales services, including software updates, for its phones. Oppo France is still selling phones on its website.