For those that do not remember, the Oppo N1 is the newest flagship from the rather unknown smartphone manufacturer Oppo. The previous flagship, the Find 5, was one of the first to come with a 1080p display and its only major issue was the software on the smartphone.
Notable features on the Oppo N1 include the 13MP rotating camera, allowing the user to take front and rear shots, 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage and a 5.9-inch 1080p display. On the software side, Oppo offers the choice of their own Color OS and CyanogenMod.
In first looks, the Oppo N1 is one of the best Android devices but it definitely has a lot of niche features that do not appeal to regular users. The rotating Oppo N1 camera looks exciting but also a little weird in normal use and can be hard to configure correctly.
The two operating systems skins are also a little odd, Color OS is still a bit odd in parts with Oppo not really grasping design and functionality on Android. CyanogenMod is a great mod for those that love Android, but may be a little out there for those that are used to TouchWiz and Sense.
Oppo N1 will arrive in the US for $599 off contract and we do not believe there will be any carriers supporting the launch. In Europe, the Oppo N1 will be available for €449 off contract, but we have no idea if Oppo will bring this to the UK, with no pound price.