With a little social media tease, the OPPO N1 Mini is headed for India. Updated with a ‘revolutionary 24MP Ultra HD camera’ and three new colors, this ‘mini’ still has a 5-inch display.
Oppo made the N1 mini official today in China, and if you know anything about the original N1, its compact counterpart will feel very familiar.
Now that the Oppo Find 7 has arrived, some Oppo fans may be wondering how the handset compares to Oppo’s N1. In order to better answer that question, we’ve pitted the two devices against one another. Join us as we take a look!
Oppo just announced it will launch its latest flagship, the Find 7, at a press event in Beijing on March 19. Expect a Quad HD screen, plenty of raw power, and sleek design.
Phones are once again becoming bigger and bigger, with OEMs pushing the line between a phone and a tablet. 5-inch displays have become the new standard, and the “phablet” is far from a niche market.
Now that Google certification has come to the CyanogenMod phone, also known as the Oppo N1, we wanted to show you how to get CM installed on your N1.
The CyanogenMod team explains how over-the-air (OTA) updates work and why it can take a lot of time to patch bugs on CM devices.
Images of a new “Midnight Black” edition of the OPPO N1 have appeared online, although the new color scheme hasn’t been officially confirmed.
OnePlus, the startup founded by ex-Oppo executives, announced it’s the official partner of the CyanogenMod team and that the first fruit of the collaboration will be available in the first half of the year.
This week in your world of Android: rumors of Samsung’s new Note Pro tablet surfaced, Google fought back against Rockstar, news broke of LG’s upcoming wearable devices, Oppo launched the CyanogenMod-running N1, and two big custom ROMs hit KitKat milestones.