The Oppo N1, more colloquially referred to as the Cyanogen phone, was the first device to be natively available with the CyanogenMod OS on it out of the box, which was extremely exciting for the modding Android community who had been waiting for this moment. With a neat, swivelling camera, if nothing else, the Oppo N1 looked to be an intriguing device to close out 2013, however it failed to garner much attention after some mediocre reviews that among other things, criticized its massive frame which supported its 5.9-inch screen. As perhaps a rectification of these criticisms, Oppo looks like it is bringing out an Oppo N1 Mini which was spotted at the FCC today.
Don’t be fooled by the name of the device, however; the Oppo N1 Mini looks like it will still have a 5-inch 1280×720 display, which definitely makes it the biggest ‘mini’ device on the market. Along for the ride is apparently a 2,140mAh battery and a 13MP camera, which looks to be able to swivel like the original N1′s was able to. With other 5-inch devices out there that do a very good job already, it’s crucial for the N1 Mini to be priced at a decent level, but we’ll see what happens when the device is officially announced.
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