Oppo N3 render shows fold away camera design

oppo n3 render

The Oppo N3 camera phone will launch at the end of this month so a lot of speculation has been brewing as to what we can expect. The latest, a fold away camera.

A new alleged render of the Oppo N3 shows a design boating a slim alloy body but most interestingly of all a fold out camera. As Oppo have already confirmed, the N3 will be made of a lithium alloy, but what concerns most of us is if there will be a new camera innovation.

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The render shows a very slim camera and LED flash paddle which seems to either extend from a SIM tray like orrifice of possibly fold out from the back. The approach is certainly novel, but hardly something we expect to see in production anytime soon. Can you imagine dropping the phone with the camera folded out? Ouch!

Details of the Oppo N3 remain a mystery, we just hope to see a more compact and lightweight device with more enhanced camera software this time around.

Thanks to Simon for the tip.

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  1. Guest
    October 2, 2014

    If it’s 6 in. then it’s too big. It needs to be around 5.5 max.

    • October 2, 2014

      wrong. at best you can say that you’d prefer a smaller device. but it is NOT “too big”. you don’t get to decide.

      and it doesn’t “need” to be ANYTHING “max”.

      • Guest
        October 2, 2014

        Lol. wrong for you too then! I prefer one thing, you prefer another. Great for both of us! That was my opinion and I can decide for myself very well =)

        • Cuerex
          October 5, 2014

          yet your opinion doesn’t make a difference

  2. Nodar Sixarulidze
    October 2, 2014


  3. October 2, 2014

    I think that earlier renders that showed a flatter, but similar, flip mechanism to the original N1 is more likely.

  4. desponent
    October 3, 2014

    amazingly retarded

  5. yudhir
    October 6, 2014

    nice!! No more scratched camera lens