Oppo N1 becomes the first Google-certified CyanogenMod phone

More great news for Oppo and CyanogenMod today after the Oppo N1 became the worlds first CyanogenMod phone!

Oppo fans have been patiently waiting for the CyanogenMod version of the Oppo N1 to go on sale and now it seems the team have got what they were waiting for. The Oppo N! running CM10.2 has passed all relavent tests, including Google’s CTS, CDD and CTS Verifier, meaning that the phone can now come bundled with all of Google’s apps and the Play Store.

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The certification is not just great news for CyanogenMod and Oppo but also other developers who also wish to get the stamp of approval from Google for their Android projects.

We expect to see more CyanogenMod powered phones in the near future as it appears the team are now working with smartphone start-up OnePlus.

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  1. Zeca
    December 19, 2013

    Excellent news!

  2. Heri
    December 19, 2013

    Hey andi I have a question,
    I live in the United States and I was wondering if there was a way for me to get my hands on the vivo xplay 3s.
    Many thanks.

  3. Guy Dviri
    December 20, 2013

    It’s could be great if Oppo was pushing cyanogen on eMTK device