Pepsi Edition Oppo N1 Spotted In China

A few days ago Oppo has reached U.S. in both 16GB and 32GB versions, but somehow this smartphone is not ready to leave the spotlight yet. We want to tell you about a limited edition and don’t worry, it isn’t about that Oppo N1 one that comes with support for the custom CyanogenMod ROM out of the box. That’s not something new anymore! We are actually referring to a Pepsi Edition Oppo N1 which has just been spotted in China. The possibility of such an upcoming Pepsi version was rumored for a while, but only now we have the chance to see how this device will look like and what exactly will be able to offer us.

As you can see in this photo, we are talking about a specially-made case which includes Pepsi’s signature in blue and red; and you should also know that this Oppo N1 Pepsi edition will sport a Pepsi-themed launcher. But aside from the new external appearance, we are not informed about any extra specs and this is very unlikely to happen in the future.

Pepsi Edition Oppo N1 Spotted In China

Pepsi Edition Oppo N1 Spotted In China

We’ll just discover the same 1080p 5.9-inch display as in the original Oppo N1 version, as well a similar quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 CPU paired with only 2GB of RAM and an innovating rotating 13MP camera model.

But as our source informs us, you shouldn’t get too excited about the possibility of buying this edition. We have already warned you about the fact that it will be a limited one and besides that, it was spotted only in China. We can also tell you that there’s a possibility to reach some other Asian countries as well, but it will be exclusively used in a promotional contest and you won’t have the possibility to buy it. But if you are lucky enough, you’ll just win this Pepsi Edition Oppo N1 device by simply drinking Pepsi.

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