Oppo N1 mini goes official; features swivel Camera and 5″ Display
Finally Oppo is also jumping on the mini bandwagon with its new Oppo N1 Mini. The company just unveiled its new Android smartphone even though some details still remain unknown. Oppo is expected to reveal more detail on the device at the event on June 10. The smartphone is a miniature version of its flagship Android device Oppo N1.
Despite mini, Oppo seems to have a powerful specs inside. THe device is expected to come with one of two octa-core chipsets – either the MediaTek MT6592 or the Exynos 5422 Octa SoC.
The Oppo N1 mini has the same swivel camera as its bigger brother. The camera is 13MP Sony 6-element lens camera with a 1/3.2″ sensor size and the device boasts Super Zoom mode which was first introduced on Oppo Find 7. Difference with the mini’s camera from Find 7 is that it is 24MP, not 50MP.
The device also features a 5″ display that doesn’t sound that “mini” though. The display resolution is yet to be revealed but we assume it is 1080p, the last word is of Oppo though. The phone will have China Mobile’s TD-LTE and running on Android KitKat with color OS 1.4 on top.
Price and availability are also unknown but Oppo should be revealing them as well at the event, so stay tuned, we will keep you posted.