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Oppo N1 Mini gets announced, available June 11

Oppo N1 Mini leaked through FCC recently and now the “Mini” version of Oppo’s N1 gets officially announced almost half a year after the N1. Oppo N1 Mini definitely looks like


The week’s best Android rumors: Nexus 8.9, Moto 360, Amazon smartphone, and more

Moto 360 Motorola’s first foray into the smartwatch space could employ wireless charging and a Sapphire glass face, says G for Games. Whereas everyone else seems to go the route of Gorilla

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OnePlus gives development cycle update, now testing first prototype of upcoming CyanogenMod phone

Today OnePlus, the company behind the upcoming CyanogenMod phone, revealed more about the development cycle of its OnePlus One. For those not in the loop, last month CyanogenMod revealed its new hardware

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Confirmed: Oppo Find 7 to have a 5.5 Inch display with 538 PPI

Earlier this month, Oppo teased the upcoming Oppo Find 7 on their official Twitter account, and now they are back again with the teasing, and this time they are actually

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Oppo N1 CyanogenMod edition now available for $599

Just a few days ago, CyanogenMod’s Oppo N1 was officially revealed – CyanogenMod’s first ever phone and also the first phone to officially ship with CyanogenMod 10.2. The phone comes with

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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

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Oppo N1 introduced with swivel camera, official support for CyanogenMod

Chinese hardware maker Oppo pulled the curtain back on its latest flagship smartphone, the Oppo N1. Powered by a 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor, the handset boasts a 5.9-inch 1080p

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Oppo may announce CyanogenMod smartphone on September 23

Check out the short teaser clip that Oppo posted online just a few hours back. Yes, that’s CyanogenMod’s own Steve Kondik telling the world that he’s excited to attend the