Not long after Oppo released
its giant N1
smartphone in the US and Europe, the Chinese company now announced that the CyanogenMod version
of the handset would be available to purchase on December 24, probably via its own Oppo Style shop.
Oppo is very proud to reveal that this upcoming N1 is the world’s first CyanogenMod-running smartphone to receive a Google CTS (compatibility test suite) certification. The company previously stated that the price of the N1 CyanogenMod wouldn’t be different form that of a regular unlocked N1 ($599).
The new version of the Oppo N1 will be offered in a
limited edition CyanogenMod packaging which includes a specially designed case, plus Oppo mascots and stickers. The CyanogenMod software that’s running on top of the N1’s Color OS (based on Android Jelly Bean) is optimized for the device's unique features, including screen-off gestures, its rotating 13MP camera, and the O-Touch rear touch panel.
If you think the Oppo N1 is interesting and want to find out more about its capabilities, you should check out our in-depth review of it