Oppo N1 to be released on December 10 – priced at $599
Recently, Oppo released their new Android flagship known as the Oppo N1, and its unique features were a swivel camera and support for Cyanogen MOD. We were told that pricing and availability will be announced in ‘early December’ – and as we just entered the last month of the year, Oppo officially announced that they will release it on December 10 in US and UK for $599 and €449, respectively.
Oppo N1 is a slim device with specs good enough to impress anyone. With Android 4.2.2, it comes with 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor, 2GB RAM, 5.9-inch 1080p display, 13 MP camera that can swivel upto 206 degrees. Also it has a 12cm O-Touch touchpad on the back which will help users to navigate the N1′s software and take photos. It will be available in both 16GB and 32GB of storage versions.
The N1 is surely a great device, and it might be a new player in the world of Android smartrphones, but is it good enough to take on the likes of HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4? What do you think? Are you planning to grab one? Tell us about it in the comment box below.
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