Monkey King? We have never heard of them but they grabbed our attention today with the release of the Monkey King N1 with a low-cost Marvell 1936 chipset at its heart.
After months of being showcased, the Nokia N1 is finally official in China with a lucrative price tag.
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Fresh news from the OPPO camps point at a 5.9 inch screen, Snapdragon 805 SoC and more, for the upcoming OPPO N3!
The camera-centric OPPO N3 is all set to launch in Singapore on the 29th next month!
After announcing that the Find 5 and the N1 wouldn’t be getting KitKat updates, OPPO took a U-turn and said otherwise.
The little cousin of the OPPO N1, the N1 mini has been official for a while now, but the makers of the phone don’t seem to have had talked enough about the device.
OPPO N1, the first phablet from China’s OPPO, just turned into a sweeter deal for Indian folk thanks to a price cut that it received in the country along with the sleek and stylish OPPO R1.
The Oppo N1 has had it’s price slashed by as much as $100 USD on the Oppo Style website.
As much as we like the Oppo N1 and it’s rotating camera, it really is a huge phone given the screen size, wouldn’t a mini Oppo N1 make so much sense?
Oppo has sent out invitations to the Malaysian press for an event kicking off their launch in the country. They are suspected to be revealing the Oppo N1 for the Malaysian market there.
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It’s been rotating cameras galore for folks in India. First the Gionee Elife E7 Mini, then the OPPO N1, and now, the Smart NaMo Saffron Wave!
Hot on the heals of the Oppo N1’s launch in India, reports are in that the Oppo R1 will also go on sale in the country in the next few months.
After months of waiting and speculation, Chinese maker OPPO finally launched itself in the booming Indian smartphone market with their latest flagship — the OPPO N1.
It was only a matter of time before this would happen! Oppo’s innovative Oppo N1 smartphone with rotating camera has now been cloned and a knock-off is on sale for just $99.99.
We’ve recently been witnessing a multitude of phone releases with support for more than just one operating system. Prime example would be OPPO’s N1, which ships, albeit in a limited edition, with the CyanogenMod OS apart from the stock ColorOS.
After months of wait, fans in India might finally be able to avail OPPO’s first phablet, i.e., the OPPO N1 in the country starting later this month.
If you had $1000 to spend on an Android smartphone which would you buy? An Oppo N1? A couple of Xiaomi Mi3, Meizu MX3, Gionee Elife E7? Or this Mediatek equipped Changhong abomination?