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It seems that the budding camera/smartphone hybrid market is set to become the next big thing for smartphone manufacturers, with many looking to bring their camera features more in line with point-and-shoot or even compact cameras. Oppo seems to be looking to enter this market with its new N-Lens Series smartphone.

From the leaked renders below, the N-Lens appears to house a slightly-protruding zoom lens with a flash positioned to the side. It’s said to house a 12-megapixel sensor.



Though it does seem the device is somewhat inspired by Samsung’s
Galaxy S4 Zoom, it also looks more like a smartphone than Samsung’s recent entrant.

With no specs to go with the renders, we can only speculate as to what Oppo may have installed under the hood or when the N-Lens device will be launched.

Are you interested in the N-Lens? What features would you want to see on the device? Let us know in the comments!

Source: Android and MeEngadget.
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Tim Marshall

anything to boost smartphone cameras.. they are lagging behind while other specs surge ahead,well battery still sucks actually..