Remember the rumour that Oppo were working on an Android based camera? Well the rumour is back in the form of the Oppo N-Series Lens N1!
Apparently the Oppo N-Series Lens N1 will feature a 12 mega-pixel camera (strangely less than the 13 mega-pixel on the current Find 5), and feature new an all new imaging chip named OWL along with a powerful Xenon rear flash. As you would expect from image processing named after a nocturnal bird of prey, the OWL is though to excel when capturing low-light images.
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It comes as no surprise that the N-lens N1 will feature a stylish design (which somewhat contradicts these ‘leaked’ renders) and that it will run Android, which we believe will feature the new Oppo Colour ROM which was recently released internationally.
Sources claim a price of around $480 will be asked for the Oppo camera, but that’s all we have on this exciting new device for now. Current Oppo phones including the Oppo Find 5 are currently available internationally through Oppomart.com.