Chinese manufacturer, Oppo, unveiled its latest high-end smartphone today, and by its name one would be forgiven for thinking the Find 7 refers to the device’s screen size. Instead, as a sequel to the Find 5, it offers one of the first 2560×1440 pixel displays in a 5.5-inch frame which, at 538ppi, makes it the most
Oppo may not be a household name in North America, but the company is looking to change that with its newest flagship, the N1. The Chinese OEM is launching the device in two flavours, one of which will feature CyanogenMOD pre-installed. While it’s not clear which version of CM will be on the device when
China’s Oppo, an OEM with a growing worldwide presence, has made official its flagship N1 smartphone. The device boasts some impressive specs, but the showstopper is a 13MP camera with a fast f/2.0 aperture, six-element lens and dual-LED flash, which exists on a hinge so users can take front or back photos without sacrificing quality.
Well, this is exciting news! Up-and-coming Chinese OEM, Oppo, is teasing involvement with the newly-formed Cyanogen, Inc, lending credence to the idea that the custom ROM may find a permanent (and official) home on a line of smartphones. The company is teasing its upcoming N1 flagship, set to debut on Monday, September 23rd, and the
Oppo, a Chinese electronics manufacturer looking to expand into the smartphone world, has launched its thinnest, lightest handset to date today, the R819. The 4.7-inch device has a 720p display, a 1.2Ghz quad-core MediaTek processor, 1GB of RAM, an 8MP Sony Exmor sensor, a 2MP front-facing camera and 16GB of internal storage. Oppo has made