Last week Oppo promised us a version of the Oppo N1 powered by CyanogenMod and finally we have not only confirmation of this but a release date as well. Oppo has come out and said that the CyanogenMod powered version of the Oppo N1 has finally received approval from Google to hit the market and it will do just that on December 24th. This is the first device to pass Google’s compatibility test suite that is running CyanogenMod and will officially support Google apps such as the Play Store.
This is big news for the boys and girls over at CyanogenMod and for every day hackers and tinkerers. After CyanogenMod raised $7 million in funding earlier this year they became a legitimate company and starting a project with Oppo. We here at AndroidMeter, being tinkerers ourselves, love to see this project come to fruition.
When the CynogenMod Edition N1 goes on sale on December 24th, the 16GB variant will cost $599 while the larger 32GB version will cost $649. And for anyone interested in the phone, you can find more out about it at the Oppo website found here.
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