Unlocked OPPO N1 White 16GB
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- FullHD 1080p Wide 5.9" Screen
- 13MP Rotating Camera
- O-Touch backpannel touchpad
- ColorOS or CyanogenMod OS
- O-Click Bluetooth Remote and White Easy Cover Included
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World’s First Rotating Camera Smartphone OPPO was the first in the world to release a 13-megapixel camera smartphone. With the N1, we are once again realizing new possibilities in smartphone photography. Introducing the world’s first smartphone with a rotating camera. The revolutionary rotating camera features a 206° rotation, and will securely lock at any angle. No matter what angle you choose, having just one amazing camera means that front facing shots are finally just as good as back facing shots. Good photos are the result of excellent hardware and software working in harmony, which is why we created Pure Image. Applied to the photo at the time of capture, it helps you capture breathtaking and vividly realistic images. N1 is the first Android smartphone to use six physical lenses, giving you a clearer image while eliminating any distortion. The latest generation stacked CMOS sensor, upgraded type 1/3.06 imaging module and f/2.0 wide aperture lets more light in, so you can take great photos even in dark environments. Never Miss a Beat Easily the fastest starting camera available on the market, the N1 camera will boot in just 0.6 seconds. A simple 120° rotation of the camera will wake a sleeping screen and let you immediately start taking pictures. Recording your moments has never been easier. Ultimate Craftsmanship The full metal aluminum alloy frame is produced over a 20-day period. During this time it undergoes a 14 step polishing process involving more than a dozen suppliers. Strengthening the core of the phone, the frame adds an air of toughness, firmness and style to the OPPO N1. The phone body is made with a smooth, delicate material for a ceramic-like elegance, designed to keep your device free of fingerprints and eternally soft to the touch.
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Let me explain - This phone set the stage for the rotating camera and even made a play on being a big hit with those that love selfies. At a 206 degree rotation, who wouldn't. It's just an awesome design piece and it really does work well as using Skype or Taking pics/videos is just a really cool thing on this phone.
Under the hood is a nice (at the time, but of course no disrespect to the phone since I own one) Snapdragon 600, quad core, with 2gb of ram and a 16gb internal memory chip. Sadly there's no expandable memory slot of any kind nor LTE (I have AT&T). So at best I'd get HSPA speeds but... there's just something about knowing your phone gets LTE that makes it a little more worth your while but I will admit that your mileage may vary here.
Not plug the next in line, with regards to this phone but the Oppo N3 got the things that the N1 didn't get but we're here for the N1
I love the idea of the O-Click; I even saw online how people would create bands for it to wear around your wrist and I did the same for mine.
I must admit.. the fact that mine was the CyanogenMod version.. I wasn't all that impressed by the ROM as I've done CM for so long, so I actually flashed the stock recovery on this and also the ColorOS ROM and I guess because it was a change, it seemed to fit better with the phone. I was slightly annoyed at the default SMS app in the ROM but none of my annoyances are even deal-breakers. Since it was easy to root the phone, just install Ti-Bu and freeze the app you don't like, and poof! Install the app you do want.
Another feature I like a lot.. the O-Touch. If you hold the phone in the light and turn it over, you'll notice and then can feel a faint outline, square shaped, that you can use your finger to scroll with so up-down-left-right WHICH is a very cool feature.
So basically you could be scrolling through facebook or for me, google+ and you can use the back of the phone instead of the front. Definitely a head-turner!
I like how in ColorOS you're able to define more gestures than the ones already set. The O gesture, V gesture and <,>,|| combo gestures. The O gesture is drawing a circle for the camera, the V gesture is for the flashlight, the < gesture is to go back one song, > is for ahead one song, the || gesture is two fingers coming down the screen to stop the music.
The camera is a 13 megapixel camera with a dual-LED flash and one thing that again is not a dealbreaker, is that in CyanogenMod if you turn the Torch app on and rotate the camera up over and towards you, the torch only turns on the bottom LED. But in ColorOS, the top LED switches the minute the camera flips vertical then towards you. So it's like right as the camera points straight up then the LED switches from bottom to top. It's those little things that make the ROM make the phone.
Again, nothing against CM as it's a team of people that aren't part of the corporation that put together ColorOS so definitely give CM a chance but again, the phone is the focus. Overall I like the phone but I'm also a flasher (ROMs of course).
The battery is a 3610 mAh one, so it definitely hits the day at (for me) 14 hours before I hit 5%. Again, YMMV. But you'll definitely hit the whole 8 hour day. I like how the speakers are on the bottom of the phone so if you were to lay it on a pillow, the sound wouldn't get muffled.
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