Oppo N1 ready to go on sale December 10 in US, Europe

Steven Millward
9:55 pm on Dec 2, 2013

China’s Oppo launches N1 smartphone with CyanogenMod OS for overseas markets

Remember the Oppo N1, that swivel-eyed loon of a flagship smartphone unveiled last month? Now Oppo is ready to ship it to customers around the world with sales starting on December 10.

The Oppo N1 – which is marked out by its pivoting 13MP camera that can face either front or rear – will cost $599 in the U.S. and €449 in Europe. Another standout feature is that it comes with the choice of running Oppo’s own Android skin (called Color OS) or CyanogenMod. This choice comes out of the box, with no hacking, flashing, or other complex nonsense needed. However, CyanogenMod will only appear on a limited run of new N1s.

There are no details about Asian roll-outs for the N1 yet. We’ve asked Oppo and will update if they can reveal more dates.

(See: 5 of China’s coolest homegrown smartphones in 2013 – INFOGRAPHIC)

Southeast Asia is a major focus for China’s Oppo, so the new N1 will certainly launch across the region in due course. Indeed, my teammate in Bangkok has already been to the Thailand unveiling of the N1 last month, but no firm date was given on that occasion.

Oppo has a global store locator page, though for most places it just suggests buying from the Oppo online store.

(Sources: AndroidCentral, Oppo’s G+ page)

China’s Oppo launches N1 smartphone with CyanogenMod OS for overseas markets

(Editing by Willis Wee)

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