Oppo N3 Teaser Hints Not Just Camera But Also Fingerprint Scanner

By Vivek

Oppo has been teasing its upcoming device - the N3 pretty frequently off late. It's not just the rotating camera in the phone that you will be noticing this time but this might also be a hint to tell that even a fingerprint scanner is there in the phone.

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The teaser image posted by the Chinese company doesn't just show the precision optics but as you move your sight a bit below the camera area, there you will see a figure resembling 'O.' However, according to the recent reports, that could be the fingerprint sensor.


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Oppo N3 Teaser Hints Not Just Camera But Also Fingerprint Scanner

It's centrally located on the back panel so it falls underneath your index finger when you hold the phone. However, at this point of time, one can't be sure about the fingerprint sensor, because Oppo hasn't officially spoken about the device as well.

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SO far, there are already several handsets with a fingerprint sensor including Samsung Galaxy smartphones, HTC One Max, Apple iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, Huawei Ascend Mate7. Thus, Oppo might just use one in the Oppo N3 smartphone.

It is also unclear what specs the Oppo N3 will be launched with. However, the wait is not too long, as Oppo is said to launch this particular device on October 29.


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