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.