Thursday , October 19 2017

Oppo N3 appears officially to show off rotating camera module in faux leather

Oppo N3
Oppo is gearing up to launch the latest in their N-Series phones, with the N3 set to make its first public appearance in Singapore on the 29th of October. But the phone doesn’t want to stay hidden for that long, with Oppo themselves showing the rear of the phone off on their social media channels.

The Oppo Google+, Twitter and Facebook accounts have all shown off the same image, showing the rear of the upcoming phone. Just like its predecessor, the N3 will have a rotating camera allowing the use of a high-resolution camera module to take front and rear images. That camera module appears to have the faux stitched leather texture on it that we’ve seen previously on later Samsung Galaxy Note series phones.

As to specs, the phone is rumoured to be launching with a 5.9″ 1080P FullHD display, Snapdragon 805 processor and 3GB of RAM. The Camera module is rumoured to remain at 13MP and Oppo themselves have confirmed that there will be two variants, one made of aluminum lithium alloy and the other made of stainless steel and another leak has shown the phone in Cyan, Pink and White colour scheme.

With a launch scheduled for October 29th in Singapore, there isn’t much time left before we see what Oppo can deliver this time around.

 
Source: @Oppo, +Oppo, and Oppo Facebook.

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