Oppo N1 is officially the first Google certified CyanogenMod phone
Recently we heard that HTC might be the hardware partner of the CyanogenMod, but it seems someone else took the lead. Its official now, Oppo N1 is the first Google-approved CyanogenMod phone. After passing through Google’s CTS (compatibility test suite), CDD (compatibility definition document), and CTS Verifier, the phone can now run Google apps and also have access to the Google Play Store.
Oppo N1 comes with a 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor, 2GB RAM, 5.9-inch 1080p display, 13 MP camera that can swivel upto 206 degrees, and we can expect the same specs in the CyanogenMod version as well. Oppo N1 already comes with support for CyanogenMod, and now N1 will be available as Cyanogen Inc. first ever smartphone.
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