Oppo outs 5.9-inch N1 with 13MP rotating camera and CyanogenMod support
| by Anujeet Majumdar |
Oppo has now formally announced its new high-end Android smartphone, the N1. The device comes with a number of “firsts”, the most intriguing being a rotating camera. It is also the first phone to officially support CyanogenMod, after the project went commercial last week.
Oppo has now unveiled the N1 smartphone
There is still not much word about how the optional CyanogenMod support will work, but the device, by default, will support Oppo’s Color OS, based on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, featuring 410 design 'improvements' over Google’s vanilla UI. In terms of connectivity, the smartphone is said to come with quadband GSM and pentaband HSPA+ support, so LTE support is missing for now.
There is, unfortunately, no word on there being any plans of launching the phone in other parts of the world. So far, the Oppo N1 is slated for an October launch in China.
Here’s a quick look at the specifications of the Oppo N1:
11 Dec, 2013, 03:51 PM
11 Dec, 2013, 01:32 PM
11 Dec, 2013, 01:09 PM
Here's a closer look at the attractively-priced Moto G's specs.
HTC’s One Max is the company’s answer to Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 and
Let's put the Nexus 5's camera to the test against some of its...
Thu Dec 12, 00:53:14
Thu Dec 12, 00:50:10
Thu Dec 12, 00:49:32