We’ve seen the upcoming Oppo N3 a couple of times now in redners, one of which was showing quite an ‘out there’ design, while the other showed a phone which was more an evolved design of the original Oppo N1. It looks like the latter design is what Oppo will be releasing, at least judging by the latest renders that have surfaced.
Courtesy of a poster on forum Zaeke, the renders show off the design of the N3, which according to Oppo Malaysia will be released in two variants, one made of aluminum lithium alloy and the other made of stainless steel. The phone shows the swivel camera mount from the Oppo N1, although with a slightly flatter body design.
According to the user who posted the renders, the phone will have a 5.9″ 1080p display, with a Snapdragon 805 processor and 3GB of RAM powering the phone. The swivel camera will contain a 13MP sensor with dual-LED flash and be capable of moving through 206° of rotation.
The Oppo N3 is expected to be announced in late October, with the 29th being suggested. Oppo themselves have been quite actively teasing the phone, so we should see some more between now and then.