We have been hearing rumors about Oppo’s plans to introduce new camera-centric devices sometime in the future. And recently two camera phone renderings of what could be the first device in the company’s upcoming line up were seen flying around on the web. Now that device has been spotted in leaked images.
The device in the image above is said to be the Oppo N1 camera smartphone, part of the so called N-lens series.
The Oppo N1 is supposed to be coming equipped with a 2.3 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB RAM, a 5-inch 1080p display, and a 12 or 16 MP cam with Xenon flash and the company’s “Owl” technology which will allow good low-light shooting.
As you can see above, the white colored device has a loudspeaker, microUSB port, headphone jack and a microphone at its bottom and a slim bezel. There are no keys on its right side. But unfortunately we have been denied having a look at the device’s back which is said to feature a touch panel.
We won’t certainly have to wait too long to know all about the upcoming device, as Oppo is expected to unveil the N1 at an event scheduled to happen on the 23rd of next month.