Oppo are throwing our curve balls to put people of the scent of the look of the Oppo N3, but could this latest render have an ounce of truth to it?
Oppo have confirmed that the Oppo N3 is on the way, with teasers telling of a October release in Singapore. As far as we know the N3 will be the successor to the camera centric Oppo N1, and will feature more up to date hardware and a new design.
Renders of the Oppo N3 have started to show up, with the latest looking less like the first image and more like a variation of the current N1’s design. The render (above) only shows the top half of the phone from the rear, which appears to have a similar ‘Oppo’ silhouette to it.
The rotating camera pod is present here with dual LED, dual tone flash, for better colour and skin tone reproduction, and we can also see the phone has a narrower metal and plastic construction similar to older Vivo designs.
The left side of the phone shows what are either a power switch, and volume rockers or possibly dual trays for ether dual sim, or more likely a single SIM and SD card reader.
What ever Oppo do end up with for the Oppo N3, we personally hope to see a better rear camera, slimmer narrower design and 4G LTE included. What features would you like to see from the next generation Oppo camera phone?