OPPO N3 renders surface, as more rumors look at specs
Chinese phone-maker OPPO has managed to get quick recognition and appreciation on the market due to its latest flagship models, the OPPO Find 7, and the OPPO Find 7a. Of course, it’s not all milk and honey — as some users don’t always fall in love with custom versions of Android, or other shortcomings — but for a relatively new company, in this extremely competitive market, OPPO has managed to achieve something.
…and they’re apparently not stopping here, as the smartphone manufacturer is preparing a special launch event next month for a phone called the OPPO N3 — we’ve seen some initial renders previously — and more recent rumors are trying to predict the materials in which said device will be available: stainless steel and aluminum alloy.
As the rumor mill never stops spinning, we’re looking at another report that is trying to predict what OPPO will show off in about a month from now. Attached is an image which claims to be a render of the upcoming device. Whether this is the real deal or not is yet unknown, as there’s no way for us to verify the veracity of the image, but we’ll tell you this much: it appears to resemble another previously leaked render of the device, with a swiveling camera for selfies (a concept present on the OPPO N1 as well).
Accompanying the renders (you can find one more at the source link below) are a couple of prediction for the internals of the OPPO N3. This device is expected to feature a 5.9 inch screen which will have a Full HD resolution, meaning 1920 x 1080, a resolution that was also present on its predecessor, the OPPO N1. At 5.9 inches, and with Full HD resolution, such a screen will have 373 pixels every inch. A quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor is also rumored for the upcoming OPPO N3, and there will repordedly be plenty of memory to back it up, at 3GB. As far as that wonky swiveling camera is concerned, it should be able to rotate about 206 degrees. In terms of its imaging capabilities, we can expect it to be a 13 megapixel shooter.