Oppo N1 Is The First Official Cyanogen Mod Smartphone


It didn’t take long for the newly Inc’d CyanogenMod to find the first manufacturer to ship its customized version of Android, as Oppo has announced the N1.

Just a few days ago, it was rumored that Oppo would be the first company to bring the world the first CyanogenMod phone, and today it’s become official. The handset ships with a 5.9 inch 1080p HD IPS display, 1.7GHz Snapdragon 600, 2GB RAM, 16GB/32GB storage options, and 3610 mAh battery.

There are two unique features found on the N1, which include a 13 megapixel that rotates 206 degrees to the front and the back and a small touch panel on the rear side of the device as well. The latter, called the O-Touch Panel, allows the user to scroll through pages, tap and select, as well as take photos.

The N1 will ship in three different variants – The N1 with Oppo’s customer user interface (Color), a version that the user can decide between Color or Cyanogen Mod, and a special Cyanogen Mod edition of the handset.

The Oppo N1 is a solid handset that provides unique hardware feature, all while shipping with the world’s most popular custom ROM in the Android world.

There’s a good chance that we won’t be seeing the Oppo N1 land on US shores anytime soon, but we can only hope for a wider release sometime in the future.

[Via: TheVerge]

  • rockky

    I’m rockin’ the SDragon 800 processor now and shit flies compared to the 600…could never go back. Deal-breaker there. Too bad. Perfect for factor for me.

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