With the holiday season quickly approaching we've seen major smartphone releases from Samsung, Apple and others. Now, there's a little known Chinese company that's well known in Asia, is all set to surprise many with its new flagship smartphone due later this month.
The Chinese company Oppo, known for its camera centric smartphones, will unveil the N3 handset on October 29 in Singapore. The Oppo N3 launches in a couple of weeks, and today three new images of the device have been leaked ahead of October 29 event.
The upcoming phone, the N3, is already being touted as the HTC Desire Eye killer, much before its official debut. The new leaked images of the N3 surfaced on Chinese social networking site Weibo, show the device in three colours: white, pink and blue.
Details surrounding the new Oppo N3 have slowly but steadily been arriving, but one thing that remains unclear are a few of the final specs, and more importantly, the availability details.
Oppo N1, the predecessor to the N3, was an impressive phone, but arrived rather late and thus lost sales to the Samsung Galaxy S5. That said, the new Oppo N3 is expected to hit the market much before the crucial holiday season.
For those wondering what to expect out of the Oppo N3 as far as design and specs, we have the details on that too. Rumor has it the N3 smartphone will offer a 5.9-inch FHD screen, and be powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor with 3GB of RAM.
Reports also suggest that the upcoming device would run on Android L, with 32GB of native storage, micro-SD card support. In the imaging department, we may get to a 16-megapixel OIS dual-cameras, with same swivel design. So far nothing is official until Oppo confirms it themselves.
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