Chinese mobile maker Oppo has officially unveiled its latest smartphone that feature a rotary camera, the N1 mini. Well, sort of mini, because if we look at the specs sheet we will find that the N1 mini feature a 5 inch display. Nowadays the term “mini” is used by manufacturers mostly for downgraded variants of their flagship phones, and not necesarely for miniature models.
Oppo N1 mini packs a 13MP rotary camera with Sony’s Exmor RS 1/3.2 inch sensor, which replaces the dual camera combo found on most smartphones today. N1 mini weighs int at 151 grams and in measures 9.2mm in thickness. It also has 4G LTE connectivity, a 2.140 mAh battery, and Color OS v1.4, which is based on Google Android operating system.
Oppo hasnt spoken a word regarding N1 mini pricing and availablity just yet, but what we know is that it will launch officially on June 10 and it will be available within 24 hours after that in some regions of the globe.