We were all hoping for an international OPPO N1 release and now our wish come true. As you know, there are two versions of the same device: one that comes with OPPO’s Android tweaks and another which runs on CyanogenMod, but at this point we cannot tell you for sure which of these two models will launch on December 10. And to be honest, we cannot say that it actually maters that much. They both have the same technical specs and you can simply choose to flash CyanogenMod from the stock recovery, so we cannot wait to have any of these versions in our hands.
OPPO N1 comes with a 13 megapixel camera with an f/2.0 aperture and Dual LED and we like the fact that it is capable to rotate up to 206 degrees, making this smartphone the first one with an actual rotating camera. The lack of autofocus is quite disturbing though, but there are plenty of other image editing tools and features to choose from.
Its huge display of 5.9 inches has a high pixel density screen of 373 ppi and its powerful quad-core 1.7GHz Snapdragon 600 processor with Adreno 320 graphics is supposed to offer us that kind of speed and performance that we are all dreaming of. Even more, it is available in both 16GB and 32GB options along with 2 GB of RAM. And don’t leave aside its special O-Touch Panel and O-Click Control features, one of them allowing for tapping scrolling, and even capturing images, while the other one can work as a device finder.
So now that there are only a few days before the handset will finally be available for purchase, you only have to decide if OPPO N1 is what you really need, for a price of no more than $599, according to our source.