Oppo rep says to expect the Oppo N1 later this year, Oppo Find 7 late next year

Oppo rep says to expect the Oppo N1 later this year, Oppo Find 7 late next year
The Oppo N1 has started to get noticed thanks to the manufacturer's promotional machinery which has been set into motion even though the phone won't be introduced until September 23rd. Another camera-centric model to join up with the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom, the Nokia Lumia 1020 and the soon to be announced Sony Xperia Z1, the Oppo N1 will feature a home grown N1 lens and the Owl imaging sensor that takes viewable pictures in low-light conditions.
We've seen Oppo tease this model more times than the teacher's pet get teased in second grade. Besides the focus (groan) on photography, the Oppo N1 also will offer a rear touch panel just below the camera. And Oppo has used the image of personal hygiene in the bathroom to tout the phone's ability to be used with one hand.

On Oppo's G+ page, someone asked when we might see the Oppo N1.The answer from Oppo is that the device will be coming this year. The Oppo Find 7 should be released at the end of 2014. Just in case you forgot all about the latter, it is an Android smartphone with a 5 inch screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The rest of the specs include a 13MP shooter on back and a whopping 8MP camera up front. Android 4.2 is expected to be pre-installed. But the piece de resistance is the 4000mAh battery that will be inside the phone. The Oppo Find 7 will be priced off contract for $699 and will be priced lower in China.

Considering the long wait for the Oppo Find 7, we wonder if any of the rumored specs for the device will be changed by the time the handset sees the light of day. After all, while Oppo has confirmed that the Oppo Find 7 is under development, the specs have not yet been finalized.

source: +Oppo via AndroidAuthoirty

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