Oppo revealed the Oppo N1 Mini a couple of days ago and shared some of its new phone’s specs, but we’ll have to wait until June 10 to learn more about the phone.
The Oppo N1 Mini will come with a 5in display, but the resolution is still unknown, though our guess is that it will probably be a 1080p one. The smartphone weighs 150 grams and runs Android KitKat with colour OS 1.4.
The handset sports the same rotating camera as the original Oppo N1 – Sony’s 13-megapixel 6-element lens camera. It also features the Super Zoom mode (first seen in the Oppo Find 7), the only difference being that in the N1 Mini it works at 24 megapixels, not 50.
The N1 Mini is rumoured to come with two octa-core chipsets, either the MediaTek MT6592 or the Exynos 5422 Octa SoC.
We’ll have to wait a week more to find out the rest, as well as the pricing details, so stay tuned.