Oppo N1 Mini Version to be Released this Summer

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The Chinese company Oppo plans to release a new version of the popular N1 which is presented as Oppo N1 Mini. The original model was announced last September and revealed a month later, while this new smartphone has yet to be officially released this summer. If this information is true, we can only anticipate that the official announcement should happen in the upcoming weeks. And here’s what we know so far about this upcoming Oppo N1 Mini device:

Rumored Technical Specs

Unlike the original Oppo N1, which has an enormous 5.9-inch capacitive touchscreen display with a full HD (1080p) resolution, the Oppo mini version will is expected to come with a smaller 5-inch display, probably capable of offering only HD (720p) support. So yes, this might not be the usual “mini” version that you might be expecting at, but the difference between the two models is still obvious.

Oppo N1 Mini Version to be Released this Summer

Oppo N1 Mini Version to be Released this Summer

Moreover, the Oppo N1 mini version tries to be as impressive as its predecessor, getting its power from an octa-core processor. So, we can only assume that N1 mini will packs MediaTek’s latest SoC or Samsung’s latest Exynos 5 Octa generation. In any case, both these options are more than tempting, we must all admit. And don’t forget that this Oppo N1 smartphone will be available in LTE and non-LTE versions, depending on the market.

And these Oppo N1 models will share a similar look as well, which isn’t at all a bad thing. The original Oppo N1 is stylish and makes you feel special as it owner, so what more could we be asking for? Stay tuned for more updates on this subject and lets us know what is your opinion about this handset. Is it something that might interest you?

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