Oppo N3 makes its debut video appearance

Oppo N3 makes its debut video appearance

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Oppo have posted another official teaser of the Oppo N3, this time in video form showing off the phones rotating camera function.

The Oppo N3 launch date is just weeks away, but already Oppo have released a first official teaser image of the phone and now a short video showing the rotating camera feature of the news device.

In the video we can also see that the Oppo N3 doesn’t have the same leather finish around the camera pod as seen in the earlier leak, meaning there will at least be 2 different options (we believe there will be more colours too).

Oppo N3 video

So far we have learned that the Oppo N3 will have a 16 mega-pixel camera, dual LED flash and will have two metal body options. It is also likely to come in either 1080 or 2K display options just as Oppo offered with the Find 7 earlier this year.

[ Weibo ]
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  • Josef Džujík

    From unconfirmed source: Oppo N3 will have motorized rotating camera.

  • Konstantinos Natsios

    if it is motorised it is turning too damn slow in the video and stops in some points… waiting to see more, but knowing oppo we will see a 550e pricetag on the device

  • alee3519

    There is a leather stitching if you look closely enough

  • Sameer .

    god ! that music !!!! i was using my earphones and the volume happened to be at max (which i didn’t notice ) and the music just blew my mind !!!! im in a state of shock right now !!!

  • joe

    it looks hideous

  • eliHd

    Never buy oppo, once they have your $500 they will forget about you! It
    comes with android 4.4.4 while other oems with similar price range is
    getting android L! #DoNotBuyOPPO

    • Greg Zeng

      Sounds like a silly message to me. Not many brands & models have “Android L” yet.

      If you were promised with the Android you got, that’s ok. If you want the impossible, you need to join a religion, like the Apple iPhone religion.

      I found that “factory shops” are not as good to buy products from as specialized retail sellers. Specialized sellers have good, happy customers, since that is their main business. Factories are in another business, which are not allowed to compete, generally, with specialized retailers.