Oppo N3 released in India for Rs 42,990


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Oppo’s oddly designed N3 with rotating camera has been officially listed in India at wallet scaring Rs 42,990.

The Oppo N3 is the second generation Oppo smartphone to come with the distinct swivel camera design. Updates over the original Oppo N1 include a smaller 5.5-inch design, new notification beam, motorised rotation camera, 16 mega-pixel lens VOOC fast charging, LTE, NFC and a fingerprint scanner (to name just a few!).

For fans of photography the Oppo N3 is a fantastic camera phone, a difficult one to beat on camera performance alone, but as a phone the design is a little flawed with odd headphone jack and USB port locations (read all about it in our Oppo N3 review).

If you are in the market for a good camera-centric device, you are in India and can live with the odd design then the N3 can be yours for Rs 42,990 ($690).

[ Oppo ]
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5 Comments

  1. Angry Mobile Nerd
    April 9, 2015

    Only 5% more than the price in China.

    • Rob
      April 9, 2015

      And 50% more expensive than it should be!

      • Angry Mobile Nerd
        April 9, 2015

        Ah ha! — got one! You totally took the bait.

  2. SmestarZ
    April 10, 2015

    At this price, they actually would help the sales of MI4 which has dropped the price by few thousand rupees

  3. ARUN SUBRAMANIAN
    April 11, 2015

    Rather buy note 4 for that money