Along with releasing series of trailers of Oppo's upcoming N1 phablet that is rolling online, the same handset has been leaked yet again touting its aluminum frame. The camera-centric Oppo N1 that is said to come with 12MP camera with efficient low light imaging technology, has somewhat revealed its design through this recent leak.
Oppo has already impressed most of its fans with its Find 5 handset. The manufacturer has also been teasing their new handset N1 over the last couple of weeks. The company has posted it third trailer video of the same handset on their official website. The 28 seconds long video comes with the message : "Possibilities Unfold On September 23." and shows the precision cutting of the body of the handset. The first two focused on the camera and the aluminum build.
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The Oppo N1 has been leaked several times in the past as well. This time, the videos show the lab where the device is being made but there are no details on the specs of the handset. However, the Oppo N1 trailer video series that comes with a countdown timer for another trailer to start, might apparently reveal the entire device before September 23, 2013.
However, taking hints and snippets from the leaks and rumors, one can expect the handset to come with a 5.9 inch display. Accordingly, leaks from Weibo said that the device would likely be powered by a Snapdragon 600 processor coupled with 2G RAM. It would house 16GB and 32GB of internal storage.
Although earlier rumors suggested the handset to come with 20.0 megapixel camera, the later one says that it would feature 12. Thus, confirmed details on the camera still remain a mystery. But Oppo's own N-Lens will surely be used on the phone. It employs an Owl imaging sensor, thus allowing the camera to take great pictures in low-lighting conditions. The device is said to be powered by a 2,500mAh battery.
The best past of the phone that most have been waiting to see is the rear touchscreen panel that was hinted back in August. Sadly, there have been no details or reports regarding the price and other specs of the handset as of now. But since the launch is just around the corner, everything will be clear soon.