As promised, Oppo has announced that its 5.9-inch N1 smartphone (phablet?) with swivel camera would sell starting from December 10th for $599 in US and for €449 in Europe.
Oppo has unveiled the price and international availability of unlocked HSPA+ version of N1 with Android OS on its Google Plus page. But, the company hasn’t unveiled the internal storage of the “for sale” device, so its pretty unclear whether the price tag is for a 16GB or 32GB. But the last month release of the device in China for the price tag of CNY 3,500 (that’s $575 in U.S.) for 16GB model points that the above price is for 16GB model.
Last month, the firm also touted that the CyanogenMod version of the Oppo N1 will be coming in December but this time they haven’t mentioned anything related to the N1 Special Edition smartphone. The regular N1 doesn’t comes with the CyanogenMod OS pre-installed, but it comes with the pre-loaded stock recovery and CyanogenMod ROM files so that the installation made easier in the regular model too.
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