OPPO has previously confirmed the Find 7, which will arrive as the follow-up to the currently available Find 5. But while OPPO confirmed the name and the fact the handset is being built, they have yet to share much of anything in terms of the specs. The interesting part about the Find 7, despite earlier rumors and leaks, we have yet to see the handset appear in any images.
OPPO talk has included the N1 and CyanogenMod lately, it appears as if the company has just introduced another smartphone. This latest is the OPPO R1, which similar to the N1, brings a focus on photography. In this case, OPPO is touting the R1 as being able to capture quality images in low-light settings.
Cyanogen Inc working on another device. There was talk of this device running a 2.5GHz Snapdragon 8974AC processor and there had also been some talk of this being another from OPPO. Well, while the talk of the processor has gone quiet for now, the folks at Cyanogen Inc have confirmed this is not OPPO.
Moto G looking to set the pace. Samsung has also vowed to focus more on the lower-end device in 2014, and now Oppo is getting into the mix. With their new R833T, Oppo plans to beat expectations of the mid-range segment. On paper, they may already have.
Cyanogen formed into a company recently and also announced a partnership with OPPO. The partnership news brought word of the OPPO N1 which will be available in two forms -- one that can easily have CyanogenMod installed and a limited edition model that will be running it out of the box. Well, it looks like Steve Kondik is also starting work on another handset, this one with an even faster processor.
OPPO has officially launched the N1 smartphone for those in China. The OPPO N1 was originally introduced back in September and more recently we learned the CyanogenMod model will begin shipping in December. And while the CyanogenMod model was expected to be available in limited quantities, it looks like the same can be said about the regular model in China.
OPPO announced the N1 smartphone back in September. That announcement ended a series of rumors, however it didn't answer every question that needed answering. For example, OPPO talked about a regular model N1 and also a limited CyanogenMod edition. Well, it looks like OPPO has since returned with some of those answers. To begin with, both versions of the handset will be available from December.
OPPO N1 smartphone was unveiled back in September. At that time there was mention of the handset arriving from early-December. The initial launch was going to be for China, but as we recently saw, the handset has been announced in Indonesia as well. The catch is, while we are expecting a further global roll-out, the official details on when and where remain on the light side.