Oppo has just announced their newest flagship N1 and I can say it is amazing with new features introduced by the Chinese company. Not all of tech-enthusiast out there known about the Oppo, but for the sake of readers, Oppo is someone who already claimed the “world’s first FULL HD smartphone” in the body of Oppo Find 5 and undoubtedly Find 5 has offered best before any else. Anyways, I’m here to tell about the Oppo’s camera-centric smart player.
The Oppo N1 is packed of 5.9-inch 1080p display that has 373 pixels per inch density. N1 is under the power of the Android’s Open Source Project CyanogenMod for increase performance and features, and Oppo’s Color OS (an Android-based platform customized by Oppo), the result of Oppo’s 10 months of hard work with thousands of designers and developers.
The dog is energized by a 1.7 GHz quad-core processor and can accommodate all media files by its either 16 GB or 32 GB internal storage depending on buyer’s choice. Also the juicy 3,610 mAh battery capacity is at the system to generate the power of the smatphone.
What interesting inside the N1’s 13-megapixel camera sensor are the f/2.0 aperture, and Oppo’s specially-designed Owl imaging processor which I think Oppo’s answer to Nokia’s PureView camera technology. Really the Oppo is striking against Nokia’s finest high-ender WP8 phones as the N1 claimed the title for the first Android device to feature 6 physical lenses for taking clearer image while eliminating distortions. You can get insecure to N1’s camera module that rotates up to 206 degree and will firmly lock in position to capture every moment at every possible angles the rotating camera can do so. It was tested 100,000 of rotations so to assure user about its built longevity and performance. This rotating rear camera of N1 can serve as a front-facer so user can never get bore by the traditional ugly VGA cam. Dual-LED flash is present right below the camera.
Go taste the back, the N1 is blessed by Oppo’s new technologies and one of them is assigned to make user touch the back. Oppo put O-touch, a 12 cm2 touch panel that can be found just below the camera. It can make user navigate the phone, browse the web, play next song, or do custom actions via just touching and swiping without blocking the display and by on one hand.
Another thing Oppo adds on N1 is the O-Click, a small remote that can access the device wirelessly when you’re away the phone.
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