As promised, Oppo has released its N1 smartphones globally on December 10, which was announced in September and launched in China on November 11.
Currently, the smartphone is available only in white color at Official Oppo online store for €449 and €479 in Europe for 16GB and 32GB variants, respectively, while in U.S. the same devices costs at $599 and $649, respectively. Even the device has its availability at some major countries like Indonesia, Japan, Italy and Spain, but India, Brazil, UAE and other many countries are not yet listed in the availability list.
In U.S., the device is said to be available via Amazon as well as Oppostyle.com, but the Amazon’s Oppo Store hasn’t got the device listed yet. Oppo’s O-Click accessory as well as Easy-Cover case are included in the box piece.
The Oppo N1 will come with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean pre-installed and its own Color user interface on top of it. The tie up with the custom Android maker CyanogenMod will soon allow the smartphones to get the custom official CyanogenMod ROM on it in easy mode with pre loaded ROM files and custom recovery modes.
Oppo has also announced that the Exclusive CyanogenMod N1 Limited Edition will be available, but currently its not visible anywhere.