Oppo N1 became official today, after the Chinese maker announced it. Every rumor came true, including the CyanogenMod thing, since the device is expected to run the home brew Color OS based on Android 4.2, with the CyanogenMod option also available.
Oppo N1 debuted during an event in Beijing and packs a 5.9 inch IPS Full HD display. Said screen comes with glove and pen input and its case is made of plastic, in case you’re wondering. The handset comes in black or white and it packs either 16 or 32 GB of storage, but there’s no microSD card slot. Oppo N1 measures 9 mm in thickness and weighs 213 grams.
Inside we find a Snapdragon 600 CPU, 2 GB of RAM and an Adreno 320 GPU. The back side is particularly interesting, with a 13 megapixel camera with CMPS sensor and F/2.0 aperture. There’s a Fujitsu imaging chip in the mix and Oppo calls this the first 6 piece lens design on an Android handset camera. The camera module is able to rotate 206 degrees and become a front cam.
There’s also a special plug lens available and the unit incorporates a touch sensitive area below the camera. The feature is called O-Touch and depending on the gesture you make, the N1 ca play a song, browse the web or do another action. Finally, the specs list includes a 3610 mAh battery, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and a tachograph, that records your speed while driving.
The price tag of the product is $571 and it will come in October. By the way, the dual boot thing with CyanogenMod is totally real.