Oppo N1

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  1. Dr McKay, Sep 3, 2013
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    Dr McKay macrumors 68040

    Dr McKay

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    N1 Specs:
    5.9" 1080P Display
    Internal storage (16GB or 32GB)
    2GB RAM
    2500mAH battery
    N-Lens will be Plug-in much like the Sony lenses 10x/15x
    16MP Sony CMOS sensor w/ 10x optical zoom
    NFC
    Rear Touch Panel

    Items in Bold are confirmed, or have little doubt

    Edit: Apparently Oppo have now specified the N1 does not use the Snapdragon800, which means the leaked Motherboard is not from the N1, which also means it might not have an SD Card. The supposed motherboard could be the upcoming Oppo Find 7.

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    So there will be plugin lenses for the N1 a 10x and 15x optical zoom lens. The lenses will use a 16MP sensor and is capable of NFC, SD cards and WiFi support. So for all those who hoped for Optical zoom, looks like we/you'll get it but it doesn't appear as though it will come with the camera on the phone.


    I'll be keeping my eye on this phone, I bought the Oppo Find 5 and was immensely impressed by the quality and craftsmanship, this is no cheap plasticky knock-off phone we've come to associate with China.

    Oppo are perdiodically releasing teaser trailers every few days on their Countdown website, with a release date of September 23rd.

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  2. Oohara macrumors 68020

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    I wonder how they're planning to use this?
     
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  4. Dr McKay thread starter macrumors 68040

    Dr McKay

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    In a leaked picture (I cant find it) they showed it going back and forth between web pages, who knows else what they have in mind for it.

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    I didn't post that picture because apparently it's supposed to be the upcoming Oppo Find 7, not the N1.
     

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