The video also, and perhaps more importantly, reveals some of the things that makes the CM edition of the phone different from a stock Android model. Things like advanced options for the camera, Privacy Guard, Quick Controls, and a Desktop Organizer. The CM edition of the N1 allows you to have some control over the CPU and you will be offered additional themes to apply to the handset.
The OPPO N1 CM edition will be offered via OPPO and Amazon, and is an unlocked GSM/HSPA+ model. Keep in mind that there is no root access out of the box, which allowed the device to pass Google's Android Compatibility Test suite. But that doesn't mean that CyanogenMod couldn't eventually offer an app that does the trick. Considering that there is only going to be a limited number of these handsets produced, if you desire a OPPO N1 CM edition, don't delay on Tuesday.
source: CyanogenMod via AndroidPolice