Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2013-10-20
Updated on:Oct 01, 2014
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Best Price: Rs. 27,890 - Rs. 32,990 See prices from 4 sellers »
Splendidly designed beast with O-touch
The Oppo N1 sports a stunning 5.9 inch Full HD IPS Capacitive Touchscreen and is configured with the Android v4.2 for handling the software requirements. The 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 Quad Core accompanied by the 2GB RAM and the Adreno 320GPU monitor the apps and functions executed by the handset.
The 13MP rotating snapper comes with devoted ISP, aperture f/2.0 and dual mode LED along with features such as beautify, normal, high speed, panorama, slow shutter and rewind to make the task of shooting images and videos comfortable and memorable. The 16GB internal memory is capable of storing multiple files in large volumes.
Good connectivity options are loaded in the phone and available as 3G, USB OTG, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS. It derives energy from the 3610 mAh Li-ion battery. The O-touch feature is useful in tapping, double tapping, sliding left and right, up and down making operations funnier and easier.
You can purchase the Oppo N1 is you are looking for a phone that is smart, elegant, stylish and powerful at the same time. Its rotating snapper, O-touch feature, strong processor and excellent connectivity options serve as great options, especially for a youngster. The device looks great and will surely make you flaunt it among your friends.
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Overall Expert Rating (4.5 Out of 5 based on 2 ratings)
“Is the Oppo N1 just about 13-megapixel selfies, or is there more to this premium phablet?” Before Gionee entered the Indian smartphone arena, the word ‘premium’ was never mentioned in the same breath as ‘Chinese phone’. Through its stylish and loaded offerings like the Elife E6 and E7, Gionee has succeeded to some extent in breaking the myths usually associated with products from China, but maybe there’s still some more work to be ...
Pros: Good screen; Smooth performance; Sturdy build and standout design; Tons of innovations and party tricks; Gesture support and custom shortcuts;
Cons: Massive size; Non-expandable storage; Camera can be inconsistent on occasion; Pricey;
Verdict: Oppo’s first offering in India definitely has a lot going for it. It looks swanky, is one of the largest phablets around (with the exception of the Sony Xperia Z Ultra, and joining the likes of the HTC One Max and the Nokia Lumia 1520), offers stan...
It’s perfectly possible that you’ve heard of Oppo, the Chinese manufacturer responsible for launching bold new Android phones with a blatant disregard for the unspoken smartphone code. If that’s the case, the 5.9in N1 phablet is the perfect intro. Why? Because it’s unlike any other smartphone we’ve encountered. It’s a bit of a rebel - there’s no “small” version, it only comes in white, the back-panel is touch-sensitive and ther...
Pros: Genuinely useful rotating camera Customisation kicks a-plenty Gorgeous screen (Surprisingly) brilliant battery life
Cons: No 4G Non-expandable storage Heavy - even for a phablet
Smartphone newcomer Oppo arrived from nowhere to win the hearts of Android enthusiasts last year, with the Oppo Find 5 offering decent performance and selling for an impressive price. It was a good start for the previously unknown firm. Now Oppo`s gunning for the more glamorous, barn-door sized phone end of the market with the Oppo N1, an enormous 5.9-inch model with a full HD 1080p display and relatively high-end Snapdragon 600 series chipset. I...
Pros: Great HDR camera, Great battery life, Clever gesture-based shortcuts,
Cons: Pointless rear touch panel, Poor front touch buttons, Busy notifications area,
Verdict: A solid, thin and powerful phone with a great camera. And most importantly, the Oppo N1 beats the opposition in terms of price....
The second most profitable smartphone vendor in China, Oppo, is growing leaps and bounds this year, and when you look at its 2013 crop of handsets, that's for a good reason. After the first phone with 13 MP camera and second with Full HD display, Oppo Find 5, then the very thin and light dual SIM Oppo R819, the company now outs a unique cameraphone, dubbed the Oppo N1....
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