On September 23 Oppo announced the N1, and, aside from the sexy swiveling camera, the phone-maker is offering future owners a choice for the OS: either Oppo’s own ColorOS, which is basically Android 4.2, or CyanogenMod. According to the latest information from Oppo’s Google+ page, the phone will be available for purchase starting from December 10, 2013. It will set you back either $599, or €449, depending on where you purchase it from.

However, there’s no word on whether the CyanogenMod-powered N1 will be available on the same day; there’s also no word on whether the price refers to the 16, or the 32GB variant. And, since we’re talking specs, the N1 packs a 5.9-inch 1080p display, 1.7GHz Snapdragon 600 CPU, 2GB of RAM, 3610mAh battery, a rear touch panel, 16GB or 32GB internal storage, and a 13 megapixel swiveling camera.

Source: Oppo (Google+)
Via: Engadget

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