According to Oppo, the N3 will be announced in Singapore on October 29, and we assume that it’s going to be introduced in other markets at about the same time. While we still don’t have too many details on the features of the N3, we know that the smartphone offers a swiveling camera (just like the N1 and N1 mini), and will come in two versions: one made out of stainless steel, and another one made using an aluminum-lithium alloy. Since it’s the successor to the N1 - despite the fact that an N2 doesn’t exist - the N3 is almost certainly going to be a high-end smartphone.
Until now, we saw contradictory renders and images of the Oppo N3, none of which being too convincing. Fortunately, it won’t be long until the real Oppo N3 is unveiled.