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OPPO N3 unboxing: premium packaging to complement the flagship offering

|May 12 2015 |Android Phones, Android, Oppo, Unboxing

“Here’s what you get inside the sales pack of OPPO’s latest flagship”

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Chinese smartphone manufacturer OPPO debuted in the crowded Indian smartphone space in January last year with the flagship offering, the N1 (review). While the brand introduced a host of devices in other segments along with another high-end device in the form of the Find 7 (review), it has recently brought the N1’s successor to the country. Christened as the N3 (first impressions), the device improves upon the USPs of its predecessor along with offering a top-notch hardware. We’re certainly excited to see what the device brings to the table, but before we do that, let’s welcome it into our labs with a peek at its retail packaging.

Similar to the previous devices from OPPO, the N3 comes packed in a large rectangular white box. Unlike the flimsy boxes used by most other brands, OPPO has used a premium box made of high-quality cardboard. Opening the lid brings up the smartphone itself, clad in white.

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Underneath the tray holding the phone, you’ll find the SIM ejection tool, and below that the box contains the documentation along with other accessories packed neatly in different compartments. First up is the micro-USB cable, which can be used for charging or data transfers and then, there’s a wall charger which supports OPPO’s proprietary VOOC technology. The last thing you'll find in the box is a pair of earphones.

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But that’s not it, as the company is also offering a Bluetooth remote called O-Click 2.0, which is a nice addition.

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This sums up our unboxing of the OPPO N3. Stay tuned for our detailed coverage of the device, coming your way soon.

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Photos by Raj Rout. Video by Pratik Vyas

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