In our Oppo N1 hands-on, we look at the unique hardware and software features of the new Android flagship, including the CyanogenMod integration, swiveling camera, and more.
The Oppo N1′s ColorOS custom overlay has been ported over to the HTC One for others to enjoy the beautifully designed UI. Read on for more!
After plenty of teasing from the Chinese smartphone maker, the Oppo N1 is now official! Keep reading for more details.
This week, the new Nexus got the “forgot in a bar” treatment, the One Max revealed a little more of its secrets, we peered into the future of Android KitKat and beyond, Cyanogen dropped the bomb on us, Nvidia showed us its Note, and we remembered that HP does Android.
For those of you interested in the Cyanogen/Oppo partnership, we have an interesting wrinkle to the tale. From Nicolas Sincere at GadgtSpot we learn that Cyanogen still has some work to do, but it looks like we’ll be able to dual boot the device and choose either the Oppo UI or Cyanogen.
While not technically making it known just yet, Steve Kondik, founder and CFO of Cyanogen, stars in a very short video on the Oppo YouTube channel (below). In the video, he notes he’ll be at the Oppo event in Beijing, and has “exciting news” for us.
Oppo keeps building hype around the N1, its new flagship due on September 23. This time it’s the first image of the actual device.
In the build up to the launch of the Oppo N1, the company continues to tease its upcoming flagship with new teaser trailers releasing every few days.
Wondering when to expect the Oppo N1 and Oppo Find 7? According to an Oppo representative, the N1 will arrive later this year, with the Find 7 coming late next year.
According to an image of the motherboard, leaked by an Oppo executive on Sina Weibo, the Oppo N1 will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and microSD expansion