Rumors of the Oppo N1 Mini have been floating around for a few weeks now, but now it appears we are getting out first look at the device, courtesy of the FCC. The leak includes numerous images of the device and a few key specs.
An Oppo device with the model number N5116 appeared on the FCC website yesterday and it includes the Oppo N1’s signature 13MP camera that can pivot to either the front or back of the device.
Other details revealed include the device’s display, a 5 inch 720p TFT screen, and the device’s battery a 2140mAh battery (which Oppo claims offers up to 13 hours of talk time and 210 hours of standby time) and weighs in at 151g. As far as network connectivity, the alleged N1 Mini will support 4G networks and Bluetooth 4.0
As you would probably expect, the phone will also ship with Oppo branded headphones and a charger.
Not much else is known about the device. It is still unconfirmed at this point that this is even the N1 Mini (hence the consistent use of “alleged”) but considering the device’s swivel camera, it seems almost certain that it is. Unfortunately, Oppo has remained mum on details about the N1 Mini, so we will have to wait until they are ready to talk (or someone leaks the info) before we will get the rest of the N1 Mini specs and its release date.