Long time no see. It has been a while since we heard about the Oppo N1. The phone was announced back in September sparking interest among potential customers thanks to its intriguing software and hardware solutions. Oppo is one of the few Chinese companies that readily offer their products globally rather than aiming mostly at their home market. Following this tradition, the manufacturer announced international availability of the Oppo N1. The phone will go on sale on December 10th for $599 in the US and €449 in Europe. The device will be unlocked and will be sold without contract.
5.9-inch Oppo N1 with 13MP swiveling camera
The Oppo N1 is the company’s first high-end phablet. One of the phone’s distinctive features is that it will be available in three OS versions allowing customers to choose between Oppo’s own Color OS and Steve Kondik’s CyanogenMod, or both one device. Thanks to a preloaded stock recovery, switching between one and the other will be virtually effortless.
Another unique feature of the Oppo N1 is its 13-megapixel swiveling camera with software-adjustable LED flash. The camera is capable of rotating so that it faces the user proving the quality of self-portraits unmatched by any other front-facing camera.
Other than that, the Oppo N1 is your typical high-end phablet but with a touchpanel on the back. The phone packs a 5.9-inch 1080p HD display, a 1.7 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor with 2 GB of RAM, and either 16 GB or 32 GB of internal memory. The device also has a microSD slot for storage expansion as well as a massive 3610 mAh battery.
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