Leaked Oppo N3 renders show 3 new colours and thin body


oppo n3 render colours

October 29th, Singapore. That’s the time and place the Oppo N3 will officially launch, but have these leaked render let the cat out of the bag early?

Oppo N3 renders are hardly something new, but with the launch date getting closer by the day, the chances are elevated that these renders could be finally the real thing.

Although we doubt that the Oppo N3 will genuinely be as thin as the white phone looks , but the colours do resemble recent options Oppo have offered with the N1 Mini.

The rest of the design looks promising though. The body appears to be metal, the bezels are narrow and the overall size is more compact than the original Oppo N1 surfboard phablet.

Sources believe the Oppo N3 will feature the similar rotating camera design as the original with dual LED flash and 20.4 mega-pixel camera from Sony. The processor will probably come from Qualcomm with 3GB RAM and VOOC fast charging.

We loved the original Oppo N1, and look forward to seeing a phone with similar features and slimmer, easier to handle design.

[ GizChina.de via Ctech ]
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18 Comments

  1. Gilles
    October 10, 2014

    Hi Andi,
    In your opinion, why having created a rotating camera? for which purpose ?
    Ty
    Gilles

    • Batka
      October 10, 2014

      It’s obviously so you can take selphies with a high quality camera, because front cameras are always much worse than main ones and with a rotated camera it isnt a problem

      • Juh Souza
        October 11, 2014

        I didn’t like the rotating camera too because give me the sensation of something fragile and easy to broken. I have one Kingzone k1 and the frontal camera is pretty good (a better surprise despite the rear one). And it have auto focus too. Perhaps this choice is to keep the thickness of the device …don’t know.

    • inez blafla
      October 11, 2014

      Selfies yes, but also for discreet capture of people and weird angles on difficult to reach places – @Souza, the rotating function on the predecessor N1 was hyped to be able to withstand more than a life time of rotations, so likely to be extremely well engineered and of excellent build quality.

  2. Zami
    October 10, 2014

    The design looks extremely beautiful and also the specs .
    But the rotating is confusing to me . A normal camera would have been better .

  3. October 10, 2014

    rotating camera is a good thing, it gives you the same high quality front and rear as well as flash for front facing pics (hello mr selfie!) I would love for the phone to really be that thin but I seriously doubt it will. having said that what size screen will it have? if its large the thickness could just look proportionately thin.

  4. fgbfd
    October 10, 2014

    immpossible to be that thin

  5. Gilles
    October 10, 2014

    Hi Andi,
    In your opinion, why having created a rotating camera? for which purpose ?
    Ty
    Gilles

    • Guest
      October 10, 2014

      It’s obviously so you can take selphies with a high quality camera, because front cameras are always much worse than main ones and with a rotated camera it isnt a problem

    • Juh Souza
      October 11, 2014

      I didn’t like the rotating camera too because give me the sensation of something fragile and easy to broken. I have one Kingzone k1 and the frontal camera is pretty good (a better surprise despite the rear one). And it have auto focus too. Perhaps this choice is to keep the thickness of the device …don’t know.

    • inez blafla
      October 12, 2014

      Selfies yes, but also for discreet capture of people and weird angles on difficult to reach places – @Souza, the rotating function on the predecessor N1 was hyped to be able to withstand more than a life time of rotations, so likely to be extremely well engineered and of excellent build quality.

  6. Guest
    October 10, 2014

    The design looks extremely beautiful and also the specs .
    But the rotating is confusing to me . A normal camera would have been better .

  7. Shanos
    October 10, 2014

    rotating camera is a good thing, it gives you the same high quality front and rear as well as flash for front facing pics (hello mr selfie!) I would love for the phone to really be that thin but I seriously doubt it will. having said that what size screen will it have? if its large the thickness could just look proportionately thin.

  8. Guest
    October 10, 2014

    immpossible to be that thin

  9. October 12, 2014

    With the support OPPO gives its not worth the 600$.

    • eliHd
      October 26, 2014

      exactly! i bet it will come with 4.4.2 while other phones with such price ($600 above) are with kitkat 4.4.4 and getting android L.

      Do not get oppo product people, do not wast your $600 in this incompetence company. I have oppo find 7a and am regreting buying it!

  10. Lerel Ashley
    October 12, 2014

    With the support OPPO gives its not worth the 600$.

    • eliHd
      October 26, 2014

      exactly! i bet it will come with 4.4.2 while other phones with such price ($600 above) are with kitkat 4.4.4 and getting android L.

      Do not get oppo product people, do not wast your $600 in this incompetence company. I have oppo find 7a and am regreting buying it!