• Oppo N1
    Last Updated: Dec 3rd,2013

    The Oppo N1 is a flagship smartphone from the Chinese manufacturer released in late 2013. It features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor clocked at 1.7GHz, 2GB of RAM, 16GB or 32GB of internal storage, a 5.9-inch 1080p HD display, Android 4.2 and more.

    Its uniqueness come from the camera, with it housing a 13 megapixel sensor that can swivel 206 degrees. This gives you one great camera for all of your needs.

    The Oppo N1 is also the first device to support CyanogenMod out of the box, giving you the ability to flash the custom ROM using the CyanogenMod Installer.

  • News & Updates

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    The Polaroid Selfie may be cool, but Oppo’s legal department seems to think otherwise

    When we gave you guys a quick look at Polaroid’s latest smartphones, we noted that one device in particular — the Polaroid Selfie — looked a lot like the Oppo N3. Oppo noticed the same thing, and they aren’t happy about it.

    Oppo N1 CyanogenMod Edition now available for $600, source code in tow

    Oppo N1 review | Discuss the Oppo N1 at AndroidForums.com’s Oppo N1 section! CyanogenMod Inc has just announced that the CyanogenMod Edition of the Oppo N1 is now available for $599. The CyanogenMod edition of this phone is pretty much identical to the version we reviewed hardware-wise (keep reading for specs), but software will obviously differ as this puppy […]

    First Google-certified CyanogenMod phone, the Oppo N1, on sale 12/24 [VIDEO]

    As the end of the month draws near, the limited edition version of the Oppo N1 with CyanogenMod promised for December will go on sale next week.

    Oppo N1 now available for $599

    Oppo promised the N1 would be available for purchase unlocked in the US today, and that promise was fulfilled. The Oppo N1 is now available for sale for $599. You can get the device in white in the 16GB configuration for that price, or opt for the 32GB model for $50 more.

    Oppo N1 available in the US unlocked for $599 December 10th

    Wondering when you can get your hands on the Oppo N1? Wonder no longer — the arrival date is December 10th, according to the official Google+ account of the Chinese company. Coming in at $599.99 unlocked, the Oppo N1 is the first phone to feature official support for flashing CyanogenMod ROMs.

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    Oppo N1’s CyanogenMod build will be the first to come with officially-licensed Google Apps

    With CyanogenMod going “legit” with their new incorporation and teaming up with Oppo to provide CyanogenMod for the N1, the company decided it was time to stop beating around the bush and get hooked up with the official licenses and other legal necessities to have Gapps distributed with CyanogenMod. What does this mean?

    Oppo N1 Review, a massive Android phone packed with unique hardware

    Oppo’s N1 was built with the utmost quality in mind, boasting an elegant look and feel, an innovative camera, and a battery that just won’t quit. If you need a large screened phone with an impressive camera, and don’t need LTE connectivity, the Oppo N1 might be for you.

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    Oppo N1 First Look and Hands On

    The N1 from Chinese based Oppo looks to bring innovation back to the mobile phone scene. The N1 boasts a gorgeous display, a high quality and very unique camera, as well as other unique features such as gesture controls, rear controls and of course the O-Click Bluetooth accessory. We go hands on with the Oppo N1 to give you a first look.

    Limited edition OPPO N1 with CyanogenMod shipping internationally this December

    OPPO N1 with CyanogenMod pre-installed announced as limited edition run shipping internationally this December. For the same price as the original, users get the popular Android ROM plus several bundled goodies.

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    Mobile Roar Podcast: Chris buys an iPhone, iPhone 5s lightning review, never mix urine with bleach

    In this week’s Mobile Roar podcast, we talk about Microsoft’s cool new “Cortana” virtual assistant that could be making its way to Windows Phone, Kevin gives his thoughts on the iPhone 5s, Edgar reminds us the dangers of mixing bleach with urine, and we take a break from tech news to talk briefly about Burger […]