Oppo’s latest flagship device, the N1, has officially gone on sale in China for CNY3498, or roughly $574. There’s only 10,000 available units, so the stock is definitely going to be a bit limited. The device features a 5.9 inch display, a unique 13 megapixel rotating camera, and Android 4.2 with Oppo’s Color OS overlay.
If you are one of the individuals who managed to get their order in and filled for an OPPO N1, but opted for the regular version instead of the special edition CyanogenMod version, there is a new option to get CM on the device.
OPPO N1, CyanogenMod’s smartphone, is the first original device specifically designed for the Android-based mobile OS. And it comes less than two weeks after the announcement of the formation of Cyanogen, Inc.
The Oppo N1 went on sale last week, but not the very anticipated CyanogenMod version. Well good news for those of you waiting to get your hands on one because it will be available starting December 24.
They didn’t want to release the phone until is passed Google’s CTS and CDD certification programs, which it did.
Monster phablet rooted at the factory for your pleasureReview While most Chinese smartphone OEMs started life making cheap tat and then slowly began moving upmarket, Oppo has taken a slightly different tack. Its devices have been fairly high-end from the get-go and the N1, initially released running Android 4.2 back in September 2013, made quite a splash.
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Want a unique version of the Oppo N1 that’s not the crazy Pepsi-edition? You’re in luck. Some pictures have leaked of the N1 in Midnight Black as opposed to the plain white color that it normally ships with. Aside from the new paint job, the device is exactly the same as the standard Oppo N1. No Cyanogenmod preinstalled here, unfortunately.
Finalmente il progetto CyanogenMod ha dato vita al proprio handset con la ROM che ci ha già donato tante gioie flashata sui terminali che già possiedevamo: da Oppo, manufacturer già noto per alcune scelte notevoli di design in fatto di smartphone, arriva il N1, ovvero il primo smartphone con CyanogenMod installata di fabbrica.
Niente bisogno di flashare quindi, per gli utenti di Oppo N1, che potra