Oppo currently has a habit of throwing teasers to the public, especially with their upcoming Oppo N3. With an already confirmed release this October in Singapore, the teasers alone were both impressive and playful. Initially just revealing the metal frames of the device’s body, it had escalated to more leaked images, renders, and basic specs.
Earlier leaks had pointed out that the Oppo N3’s design would be similar to its predecessor, the Oppo N1. The form factor is the same along with the trademark swivelling camera that brought the unbridled joy of a high definition selfie. With these new renders, there’s going to be less guessing and more expecting.
The person behind the renders claimed that the N3 will have a massive 5.9” 1080p display, following the Oppo N1. For performance the device will be flaunting the latest Snapdragon 805 chipset coupled with 3GB of RAM. As for the camera, strong possibilities suggest that it could just be the very same 13 megapixel camera with dual-LED flash as seen on the Oppo N1, along with the capability of 206-degree rotation.
What can be confirmed at the moment is that the new N3 will be available in 2 material options and it is likely to feature its VOOC rapid charging technology that’s more compact in size. We’ll find out more from their launch that’s happening within a month’s time.