Yes folks you read the title right, the Oppo N1 which was announced this morning is the first phone that will officially support CyanogenMod. The default software on the phone will be Oppo’s Color UI but users will have an option out of the box to flash CyanogenMod and use that instead. Not much was revealed about how this would be accomplished but hopefully it will take little work on the user’s part and not require the user to be a tech nerd to do so.
Enough about CyanogenMod, lets talk hardware because there are some interesting things in this department as well when it comes to the Oppo N1. As you can see from the picture above, the Oppo N1 features something very unique, a rotating camera. It’s a 13-megapixel camera designed to take rear and front facing shots. As for the specs the Oppo N1 is on par with flagship phones released earlier this year, 1080p IPS display, 1.7 GHz Snapdragon 600 CPU, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB or 32GB storage options. But there is a little something about the Oppo N1 that beats the other smartphones in its class, the battery which is a whopping 3610mAH battery. Compared to the HTC One which is packing a 2300mAH battery and the Samsung Galaxy S4 which is packing a 2600mAH battery the Oppo N1 battery puts them to shame.
Something else that differs the Oppo N1 from the competition is the “O Click” accessory that it is debuting with. The O Click can clip onto a key ring and control the N1 through bluetooth and do things like take pictures with the devices camera remotely.
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