Oppo has just teased the arrival of a new camera oriented smartphone with the N1. The smartphone apparently sports a 12MP (or 16MP) camera sensor with its Owl technology to boost low light photography. And instead of a standard LED flash, Oppo is believed to have gone with Xenon instead. Oppo’s teaser has barely revealed anything apart from a few images showing off the design of the smartphone. The smartphone should carry a beefier battery if it sports a Xenon flash as it can be pretty heavy on battery. The smartphone is also believed to pack a 5 inch 1080p display. We’ll certainly learn more during the announcement next month, probably at the IFA event.
A recent trend sparked off by the Nokia Pureview 808 has led to manufacturers focusing more in the camera department. Nokia carried it forward with the Lumia 920 and Samsung launched its own Galaxy Camera and Galaxy S4 Zoom in 2012 and 2013 respectively to have some of that marketshare. Sony is coming up with the Honami in September as we all know, so there’s plenty of competition for the Oppo N1.
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