Pricing for the Oppo N1 Mini has been revealed in China to be 2699 Yuan ($431).
Calling the Oppo N1 Mini a small phone seems a little strange considering it has a 5-inch display, but in comparison to the original N1 it is tiny and will likely see a larger adoption rate thanks to the size, lower cost and the addition of 4G LTE.
The original N1, which we praised for it’s rotation camera set up, was a great phone but due to the size, price and the lack of LTE it didn’t attract as many fans as Oppo had hoped. The N1 Mini fixes these issues by giving similar features in a smaller package.
Other than the size and faster data connection, other differences included the use of a Snapdragon 400 processor and an update to Android 4.3 using ColorOS 1.4. The OS updated also brings a similar HD Photo option to the Mini as found on the Find 7 but produces 24 mega-pixel photos rather than 50MP.
Dimensions for the N1 Mini are 148.4 x 72.2 x 9.2mm with a built-in 2140mAh battery. LTE support is backed up by TD-SCDMA, WCDMA and GSM.