It seems another device from Oppo is on the way, as FCC documents are revealing an interesting new device we haven’t seen sold before. The company is close to announcing a lower-specced version of their N1, with model number N5116.
We are dealing with a device very similar to the Oppo N1, as the rotating camera and other design aspects are still present. The size has been cut down, however, as the display is reportedly 5 inches on the diagonal as opposed to its bigger brother’s hefty 5.9-inch frame.
The images do not reveal much more than the obvious, and all are embedded right down below for your viewing pleasure.
The specs we know of through the FCC’s listing aren’t leaving us very impressed at the moment, at least when we compare the device to today’s flagships. As previously stated, the screen is a 5.0-inch unit, and it has a 720p (1280×720) resolution. The pixel density does not leave us entirely impressed, as other phones such as the HTC One (M8) and Samsung Galaxy S5 feature 1080p (1920×1080) displays on displays similarly sized to this one.
The battery reportedly weighs in at 2140 mAh, which is a step down from the N1, and the camera still boasts a meaty 13 megapixels. There is no word on which processor will power the device, and how much RAM it will carry. Possible availability and pricing is also unknown at this point.