The Oppo N1 officially launched in India today, at a price of Rs 39,999.
This is Oppo’s first phone launch in the sub-continent, and marks their debut here. The Oppo N1 features a 1.7GHz quad-core APQ8064 running ‘ColorOS’ UI on Android, 5.9-inch 1080p display, a touch panel at the back that’s meant to help with scrolling and taking photos, 16 GB of internal memory (the 32GB version is not launching in India), all powered by a 3610 mAh battery.
The big unique thing about this phone though, is the 13 Megapixel, f/2.0, 6-element lens camera with a dual LED flash, which can rotate over 206 degrees so that you can also use it as a front facing camera. Oppo has apparently tested the N1?s swivel camera which has passed a 100,000-time rotation test, which means if you rotate it 40 times a day, it’ll last atleast 7 years.
Oppo also had the Oppo R1 on display but did not mention a price or availability for it in India yet. Still managed to take a couple pictures of it though: