2 days ahead of the Oppo N3 launch date, the 2nd generation bluetooth controller for the rotating camera phone makes a stop at the FCC.
Cast your mind back to the Oppo N1 launch and you will remember that the phone shipped with a small bluetooth controller for taking remote photographs. The original Oclick was a simple round button that could be attracted to keys and designed to either snap photos or sound an alarm should you leave your phone somewhere.
It looks as though the Oppo N3 will get a similar accessory too. The Oppo N002 Bluetooh Controller, again uses Bluetooth, has a simply single button layout and has room to act as a keyring. The design of the Oclick 2 is larger and more substantial than the original which may also meaning added features or a longer battery life.
The Oppo N3 will get it’s official release on 29th October. The phone will come with a 16 mega-pixel rotating camera and 5.5-inch 1080 display.