The miniature version of the OPPO N1 is real and it will be coming at the end of the month. It will come in a 5-inch package, sport that same conspicuous rotating camera, and will arrive in a frame of gold. At least, according to this latest leak.
It seems that the Find 7a will be quite the darling of tinkerers and modders. After receiving a way to install OnePlus' CyanogenMod 11S version, the smartphone is now receiving the start of what will hopefully be more stable builds of the rather young OmniROM.
With its recent rise to international popularity, OPPO is now looking to the Android community at large to help spread the word about its custom Android interface. With its ColorOS Advisor Program, it is encouraging early adopters and forum assistants to help in the development of OPPO's software and even help other OPPO users in need.
It seems that OPPO's dual-booting N1 smartphone will soon have a smaller sibling. A certain OPPO N5116, believed to be the OPPO N1 mini, is making its way through the FCC baring smaller and slightly lower specs than the N1.
These days it's no longer surprising to hear some new smartphone being flashed with some version of CyanogenMod. But for reasons both subtle and not, running the modified CyanogenMod 11S designed for the OnePlus One on the OPPO Find 7a is still an interesting mix.
If you've been wondering where OPPO's 2K display smartphone has gone, wonder no more. If you're in China, that is. The Find 7 is now available for pre-orders and will start shipping in China beginning the 29th of May.
The latest OPPO handset has been unveiled. The handset is the OPPO Joy, and it will be entering the low-end of the lineup. Specs include a 4-inch (800 x 480) display and dual-core 1.3GHz MediaTek processor. And because of the lower-end specs -- the Joy will have a relatively low price point.
It appears as if OPPO will be the next smartphone maker to push out a camera lens attachment. The OPPO offering sounds, and looks familiar to what we saw coming from Sony with the QX series. Images of the NFC powered Smart Lens setup have recently surfaced on Weibo.
It was only the other day that the OPPO R1 was trying to make its way to the US and now it seems that a new variant is already available. It is also entirely possible that this LTE-capable OPPO R1S seen at TENAA is, in fact, the very smartphone spotted at the FCC, retrofitted with a Qualcomm SoC instead of the original MediaTek.
If OPPO has gotten you interested with its range of smartphones but don't have the budget for the latest Find 7a, then this might be a bit of welcome news. Seen making its way through the FCC approval process is the OPPO R1, which, in this incarnation, has gained support for 4G LTE.