Oppo unveiled the N1 Mini today, just like we told you it would. However, many details about the handset’s specs are still missing, as they’ll apparently only get official on June 10.
That’s disappointing, but at least we’re treated to the first batch of official pictures showing the N1 Mini. Just as you’d expect, it shares design language with its bigger sibling that got official last year. The N1 Mini also features the exact same 13 MP Sony-made swiveling camera that can be used both as a rear snapper as well as a selfie cam.
The Oppo N1 Mini has a 5-inch touchscreen, is 4G LTE capable, and weighs 150 grams. It runs Color OS 1.4, developed by Oppo itself on top of Android.
Those are the only details about it that are clear at the moment. Past rumors and leaks talked about the N1 Mini coming with 720p HD screen resolution, and a 2,140 mAh battery, so those may be in too. Hopefully the Chinese company will release all of this smartphone’s specs soon, maybe even sooner than June 10 – especially since the N1 Mini is supposed to go on sale on June 11. We’ll let you know when we find out more about it.