Oppo will be launching a new photography centric smart phone in October which is expected to be its new Oppo N3. This replaces its current Oppo N1 which is better known for its rotating 13MP camera for higher resolution selfie shots.
Now the folks at GSMArena claims to have an exclusive render of the upcoming N3. From the looks of it, the rotating camera has been retained and so is its dual-LED flash which is housed in a single module. The top end has a separate cylinder shape and what appears to be stereo speakers on both sides.
The render is still questionable and the protruding top does look a bit out of place. Also visible are 2 separate buttons on the right which is likely for volume controls while the front still uses capacitive buttons.
So far still no word of its specs. Considering this would be Oppo’s flagship for the year end, we would expect it to have a Quad-HD display, a newer 13MP Sony camera sensor with UltraHD mode that can shoot 50MP images and a VOOC Rapid Charger that’s found on its current Find 7 flagship.
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