Oppo N1 camera “Blurring Lines”

Oppo are claiming in their new Facebook post that the Oppo N1 will “Blur Lines between smartphones and DSLR cameras.”

Oppo have posted another teaser of the Oppo N1 on their official Facebook page. The teaser again talks about the advanced rear camera system the N1 will feature, which many believe is name the N-Lens and will work similar to the new Sony QX lens system.

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We can also see that the Oppo N1 will feature Pure Image, cutting edge optics and, by the look of the rear of the phone image, a rather large camera lens.

Oppo seems to be release one teaser per day about the N1 meaning will know everything about the phone long before the launch event on 23rd September…

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  1. foggyflute
    September 6, 2013

    Between smartphone and DSLR? Definitely point n’ shot.

  2. Manish
    September 6, 2013

    The world is round. I had seen a device around 5-years back from a China Camera manufacturer. They had launched a Camera with basic phone features. At that time people did not understand the concept and hence the product did not do great. But see after some years smart phone maker are doing the same and I totally buy this concept. Why carry two devices, one phone and one camera, why not have a good camera with smart phone features or vis-a-versa. I will not wonder if it has 2x -5x optical zoom. Oppo is in right direction. It is well said that “Do the things which no one is done before if you want to be a leader, a name to recon”. Keep it up Oppo.

  3. anony
    September 6, 2013


  4. Allanitomwesh
    September 6, 2013

    The rear camera is quite something,considering the size of the phone it is quite large…

  5. Harald
    September 7, 2013

    All those great features, it’s a pity they go with the phablet size

  6. dino
    September 7, 2013

    Too bad nobody in the comment setion says I want.