Oppo presents midrange smartphone with f/2.0-camera




Oppo presents midrange smartphone with f/2.0-camera

Oppo has a midrange smartphone released with a f/2.0-camera for better pictures in low-light. The device, which should cost around 300 euros converted runs on a soc MediaTek and has a 5 “screen with 720p resolution.

The Oppo R1, according to the manufacturer due to the improved camera images taken in poorly lit environments pose samples but not the Chinese maker of smartphones put online. Unlike the Oppo N1, the camera is rotated, so that the camera can only be used at the rear. The Oppo N1 has a rotatable camera, making the 13-megapixel module can be selfies also be used.

The R1 has a 5 “screen with a resolution of 1280×720 pixels, leading to 294 pixels per inch. This is much lower than the more expensive models of the manufacturer. The phone is equipped with MediaTek MT6582, a quad-core soc with four Cortex A7 processor cores at 1.3 GHz and a Mali 400 GPU. soc is assisted by a memory the size of 1GB, while the amount of storage memory is 16GB.

The software on the smartphone OS called Color and a skin of the manufacturer Android 4.2. The skin should make it easier to include the one-hand operation. The phone has a 2410mAh battery and a 7.1 mm thick body. He, like the iPhone 5s , also available in a gold version. The R1 should be converted, and costs 300 euros, given the fact that a second SIM card can to connect to Chinese networks, focused on the Chinese market. Connection

Meanwhile Oppo has released the CyanogenMod variant of the N1. This appears to have as the regular N1. Same retail price of 449 euros The CyanogenMod edition runs, as the name suggests, not Oppo’s Color OS but the custom ROM CyanogenMod.
Oppo R1


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