The CyanogenMod, which is the popular alternative Android operating system for the smart phones, has always been for those people who have wanted a newer version of the Android for their older smart phones.
Now, for the first time in the history, The Cyanogen, which is the CyanogenMod's parent company, in partnership with the gadget maker Oppo, which is also a high-end consumer electronics company, are about to release their first dedicated CyanogenMod smart phone: The OPPO N1 device.
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We still do not have much more details about the OPPO N1 device. The company is currently selling the N1 White device from their house, which can be used with the CyanogenMod. Presuming that the OPPO N1 for the CyanogenMod will be like the N1 White seems like a safe bet for people so here is what we know about the device:
The OPPO N1 White comes with an impressive Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 Quad-Core 1.7 GHz powerful processor. It has got a large, 5.9-inch display with Gorilla Glass 3 screen protection with a stunning 1080x1920 display. At this size, it is really more of a phablet than a smart phone in the current market.
It also comes with super fast 2GBs of RAM and the user’s choice of 16 GB or the 32GBs of internal phone storage space. Its single most unusual feature is that the device comes with a 13-megapixel rotating camera, which can frequently rotate up to 206 degrees. With around six physical lenses, a stunning CMOS stacked image sensor, and an f/2.0 aperture, this is an impressive smart phone which also wants to be a mid-range camera.