OPPO has shared another teaser video for the N1 smartphone. This latest teaser mirrors what we have been seeing with the earlier videos. Basically, that is to say the video is short and offers little in terms of solid details. Then again, it does appear as if OPPO has shown the overall shape of the handset.
OPPO has recently shared the latest teaser for the N1 smartphone. This arrives as trailer #3 and measures in at just 28 seconds in length. This video fits firmly into the teaser category and while it does leave us wanting to see a bit more -- we do have to remember the official announcement will be coming fairly soon. In fact, OPPO has already said they will be unveiling the N1 smartphone on September 23rd.
OPPO has already confirmed the display size for the N1 smartphone. That confirmation came back in early September and has the display sitting at 5.9-inches. There isn't any question that is on the large size in terms of smartphones, however sometimes a hands-on image can really drive that point home.
OPPO has since taken over the teasing. Granted, that doesn't mean we expect the rumors and leaks to end, but it does mean some official information is being revealed. Just yesterday we saw a bit about how the N1 was going to arrive sometime later this year and well, it now looks like we have a date and also some details in terms of the display size.
Oppo is definitely not taking a back seat, giving everyone a sneak peak at its new camera lens.
confirmed anew that its next device, the N1 camera smartphone, will indeed have backside touch controls. This time, it is putting a twist to its announcement, asking its Twitter followers what to call this panel.
Oppo N1 camera smartphone.
LG G2 isn't the only device coming out later this year that will feature an unorthodox design for the button layout. Backside touch controls is a new approach with fingerprint scanners, sensors, volume control, and other possibilities. The popular manufacturer Oppo has been throwing around hints about their upcoming N1 camera phone, and we've just received a few more this week.
Galaxy Camera hybrid, Nokia adding a 41MP camera to their Lumia 1020, or Sony's recently leaked clip-on 21 megapixel lens attachment. Well, the folks from Oppo want to get in on the action, and have just teased (and made official, in a way) the Oppo N1 cameraphone.