The Oppo N1 has a lot of things going for it: a beautiful, well-built exterior, a snappy processor and a rotating camera the like of which we haven't seen in a long while. But it's downright giant, even for it's 5.9-inch 1080p display.
In fact, it's so big that despite us having the actual measurements of the phone (170.7x82.6x9mm) from day one, we still didn't quite imagine exactly how the phone looks in real life. Thankfully, the ever-resourceful folks from Chinese MyDrivers have provided a visual comparison with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (151.2x79.2x8.3mm), a device that we, naturally, consider to be in the same league. In hindsight, we couldn't be more wrong – the Oppo N1 is gigantic, and is definitely edging on the size of devices like the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 and the Sony Xperia Z Ultra, more so than anything else.
What's even worse, the Oppo N1, at 213 grams, is a fair bit heavier than most any other device, the Galaxy Note 3 included (168g). But as the saying goes, a single picture is worth a thousand word, so without any further ado we present you the Galaxy Note 3-dwarfing Oppo N1.