The Oppo N1

Technology that we take for granted has fundamentally changed the way we live. And that’s the way it should be. Technology should innovate and push mankind forward.

Every year, smartphones become slightly faster, with slightly larger screens, and get slight design changes. With the N1 threw away all preconceptions.

Worlds first Rotating camera:-

OPPO was the first in the world to release a 13-megapixel camera smartphone. With the N1, we are once again realizing new possibilities in smartphone photography. Introducing the world’s first smartphone with a rotating camera.

The revolutionary rotating camera features a 206° rotation, and will securely lock at any angle. No matter what angle you choose, having just one amazing camera means that front facing shots are finally just as good as back facing shots.

Cutting edge optics:-

N1 is the first Android smartphone to use six physical lenses, giving you a clearer image while eliminating any distortion. The latest generation stacked CMOS sensor, upgraded type 1/3.06 imaging module and f/2.0 wide aperture lets more light in, so you can take great photos even in dark environments.

O-touch panel

O-Touch is an entirely new way of using your smartphone. A 12 cm2 rear touch panel makes one handed use for the large OPPO N1 screen comfortable and easy. With O-Touch you can scroll, tap, or snap photos – all without your fingers blocking the display.

O-click control

O-Click lets you remotely operate the N1 camera even when you’re away from the device. Simply position the N1 and step back to include everything you want to capture. If you misplace your device, find it by setting off an alarm on the phone. O-Click fits on your keychain and supports a range of up to 15 meters, staying connected to your OPPO N1 via Bluetooth.

The Oppo N1 however is a tad bit expensive for a price sensitive market like India, and it remains to be seen how Oppo innovates in the midrange smartphone segment.

Shreedeep Gawde

Shreedeep Gawde is a BMM student.Interested mainly in Politics and Current affairs.Maintains a decent blog .Likes to Tweet.

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