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


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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 will come with CyanogenMod pre-installed.

More than that, though, you’ll also be getting a limited edition case with CM mascots Cid and Ollie, as well as stickers to lighten whatever you want up with the cute faces of the franchise. Here’s what you’ll find on the inside of this chassis:

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 Quad-Core 1.7GHz
  • 2GB of RAM
  • 5.9-inch 1080p HD display
  • 16GB / 32GB of internal storage
  • WiFi N
  • Bluetooth
  • NFC
  • GPS
  • 3610 mAh battery

CyanogenMod is also making factory images for the N1 and CyanogenMod source code available for those who want to build the ROM on their own. All of the links for those goods can be found on the CyanogenMod blog, while the phone itself can be had at OppoStyle. Get over there and order it if this is something you were waiting on.


Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Kinda cool.

  2. damn these are the times I hate being on Verizon.

    1. What about every end of the cycle when the (over priced) bill comes?

      1. It’s not overpriced when it’s the only service that works everywhere I go. If I didn’t travel so much I could easily have my pick of carriers. The only other carrier that has half the coverage of Verizon is att and they are not much cheaper

        1. I travel a decent amount and have had no issues with ATT yet. I get LTE in every major city I visit and a lot of smaller cities. I also spend a lot of time in rural areas and always have decent 3g. All this with the ability to purchase any new GSM phone and not have to deal with Verizon’s silly policies.

          I have had Sprint and TMO before ATT. I wish I didn’t let my hate for ATT stop me from using them for so long. Best switch I ever made.

          1. I feel the same way. Just made the switch from Verizon to Att and have gotten LTE service in certain spots with Att where Verizon couldn’t. So far loving the data speeds and no drop calls as of yet. Bought a Moto X and not regretting my move one bit.

  3. Nice there is a CM device but does it have to be so massive? Just release a damn 4.3-4.7″ phone.

    1. Get an iPhone then :P

      1. For better or worse, at least the newer iPhones have LTE, Worry less about some cult like Android offshoot like CM, and worry more about bringing your phone out of 2011.

        I would rather have a Note 3 and or Nexus 5 over this device, and as a matter of fact I do have them.

        1. Believe me, I love my note 3 more than I loved mine note 2 and GS3 ;)

      2. Trolololololololol! Hohohohoho!

    2. 5″ would be perfect.

      1. For the screen size.

  4. $600? herp to the derp.

    1. Other late 2013 Android phones
      Y u no priced like Nexus 5???

  5. Oppo N1 CME (Coronal Mass Ejection)

    Sorry CyanogenMod, but the Note 3 has this thing beat in almost every respect.

  6. Wait… “Cid & Ollie” on the case? Everyone knows Cid, but who’s this Ollie character I’ve never heard of…

    (edit: maybe Cid’s skateboard “cousin” doin’ an ollie trick in the old bootloader animation became a character?)

    1. Ditto. Who’s Ollie?

    2. Ollie is a guy who spends $600 on a phone that has last years processor and no LTE.

      And no I’m not anti-Oppo, when they come out with a phone, and I have a good feeling it will be cutting edge and well made, that supports my local LTE radios, I will buy it. Like the rumored Hand 7.

  7. Anyone else hated that ad ?
    The device looks great, and I think having a phone shipped with CM is a major step for the CM team, and the whole custom ROM/modding scene in Android! So dont get me wrong, im really excited about this, but that ad just flat out sucks. I hated it, seriously.

  8. as much as I love Cid, I like paranoid androids doodles more. they’re so funny. not bashing cm btw

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