Chinese manufacturer Oppo has begun rolling out its flagship N1 smartphone – announced only last month – in Indonesia, ahead of its native China. The announcement marks the availability of the N1 in the first country out of its home country – a first for the company. It is also worth noting that the worldwide announcement for the N1 was made at an event in Indonesia, which perhaps explains the Indonesia release a little.
The N1 is the first phablet-size smartphone from Oppo, and featured a unique 13MP rear camera that swivels 206 degrees, allowing it to be used as a front facing camera. On top of that, the Oppo N1 is also running on a custom Color OS, based on Android, while a limited edition CyanogenMod ROM will be available soon.
The Oppo N1 will retail in Indonesia for 6,999,000 Rupiah, or around RM2150. While there is no word yet on when this will arrive in Malaysia, you can expect some third party “AP” units to make its way here soon.
(Source: Unwired View)