With rumors stating the Google`s first certification of the Oppo N1 CyanogenMod in the late December, the CyahogenMod team made an announcement of Thursday, reporting that the Oppo N1 would be the first smartphone to receive the Google`s compatibility test suite (CTS). With this certification in its hand, the Oppo N1 can freely run Google applications and also gain full access to the Play Store without ever needing a side-loading. There was also a thank you statement which was posted on Google groups mentioning:
“The Oppo N1 device running CyanogenMod 10.2 has officially passed Google’s CTS and CDD certification programs, which marks a major milestone for everyone in this project, not just those working on the N1 project itself. This has been something a long time in the making, ever since CM 4.0.4.”
And the statement goes on: “I’d like to think that we’ve always approached CM as something useful to release – not just a ‘me too’ OS or something just to hack on; we put honest thought into our implementations.”
As our source talks about, along with Google`s certification, CyanogenMod handsets will receive Google certifications in the following years as well. Yet, we don’t know exactly what smartphones running on Cyanogen will be the lucky ones, but OnePLus, a fresh company has announced its intentions of using the ROM on its devices.
But since we are talking about Oppo N1 with CyanogenMod, let`s see some features:
First we`ve got a 5.9-inch 16M 1080 Super IPS LCD, running on Android OS 4.4.2, from CyanogenMod, of course. We also notice the Quad-core 1.7 GHz Krait 300 CPU with 2 GB of RAM, along with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 chipset. Pretty strong, isn’t it?
And the other important characteristics don’t stop here: a 13 MP camera with autofocus, dual-LED flash with long exposure and shutter mode. The video recording with HDR mode has continuous autofocus and stereo sound. We have also got touchpad, 16 GB or 32 GB of storage, Bluetooth, NFC and a 3610 mAh Battery.
I for instance, think that the features are quite great. Don’t you think? Just tell us what your thoughts on the comment sections below. Happy holidays to you all!