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Oppo N1

alaTest has collected and analyzed 16 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the responsiveness and build quality. The design and battery are also mentioned favorably. The reliability and size get critical views, and there are some mixed comments about the screen.

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portability, connectivity, size, reliability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Oppo N1 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 94/100 = Excellent quality.

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(Based on 16 reviews)

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Oppo N1 review: A fun alternative to your typical flagship droid

 

For a newbie to break into the inner sanctum that makes the high-end smartphone segment, is similar to a kid trying to adjust to a new school, mid-term. There's going to be name calling, he will get picked on by just about anyone and he can forget...

The Oppo N1 will cost you Rs 39,990, which is a lot for a brand that’s yet to establish themselves amongst other seasoned players. Even with all the right ingredients like a healthy spec sheet, good performance and a dependable build quality, it’s...

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Oppo N1 review: CyanogenMod goes legit

 

If you've ever owned an Android phone and have even lightly explored the world of custom ROMs and modifications, chances are you've seen the name CyanogenMod. It is the most popular variant of Android available through the modding community, and it's...

Great build quality ; Speedy performance ; Great battery life

Washed out display ; No LTE ; Disappointing camera

The N1 is an important step for CyanogenMod, but not yet a mainstream device

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Oppo N1 CyanogenMod edition review: Pure mind

 

Trying out new things is in Oppo's DNA. The Find 5 was a clue, the N1 is the hard evidence, that the up and coming Chinese maker will never miss an opportunity to surprise and try to amaze. You know who else has a different perspective on things?...

Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support; penta-band 3G with HSPA ; 5.9" 16M-color 1080p Super IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with 373ppi ; Android OS v4.3 Jelly Bean with CyanogenMod 10.2; Android 4.4 KitKat is on its way with a CyanogenMod 11 update ;...

Non expandable storage ; No LTE ; Non user-replaceable battery ; Hefty and big device, near impossible to operate single-handedly ; Snapdragon 600 is no longer flagship-grade

Well, that was a pleasant surprise. Who would've ever imagined Cyanogen taking it to the next level and finding a vessel of the Oppo N1's magnitude?

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Oppo N1

 

This review originally published November 20, 2013, on CNET's sister site CNET Asia. For full-resolution images, see the original review .

Its matte finish gives the Oppo N1 a more premium feel than its plastic chassis would suggest. The phone also has a great camera and strong battery life, and the swiveling camera is an innovative touch.

The N1 lacks a microSD card slot, is heavy, and has no LTE. Some will find its dimensions awkwardly large.

With its swiveling camera mount and high tech specs, the Oppo N1 is easily today's most innovative smartphone that most people haven't heard of.

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Oppo N1 Review

 

The second most profitable smartphone vendor in China, Oppo, is growing leaps and bounds this year, and when you look at its 2013 crop of handsets, that's for a good reason. After the first phone with 13 MP camera and second with Full HD display, Oppo...

The 3600 mAh unit delivers impressive battery life ; 13 MP swivel-mounted rear shooter can be used as a front-facing cam

Subpar picture quality compared to other camera-centric phones ; Weak earpiece

If you are eyeing a 6-incher like the Oppo N1, you are probably aware how uncomfortable to operate with one hand or even carry around such a phone would be. That being said, it is a very well-made device, with solid build, good looks, and flagship specs.

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Oppo N1 review

 

Oppo takes on the phablet market, but can it live up to the bigger billing?

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Oppo N1 Android phone (preview)

 

The Oppo N1 features the

Rotating camera lens ; O-Touch rear panel ; Aluminium alloy frame

No 4G connectivity ; No microSD card slot ; Weighs well over 200g

Little-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo has just announced its latest flagship Android smartphone, the N1. It features the "world's first rotating smartphone camera", has a full HD, 5.9in display, and comes with an "O-Touch" panel on the rear.

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Oppo N1 review

 

The best smartphone you've almost certainly never heard of

Genuinely useful rotating camera Customisation kicks a-plenty Gorgeous screen (Surprisingly) brilliant battery life

No 4G Non-expandable storage Heavy - even for a phablet

A humongous slab of hipster phone, this alterna-OS beauty breaks plenty of rules but is still bursting with appeal

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Oppo N1

 

We've been following for some time the progress of the Oppo N1, the striking Android smartphone with a full HD screen and a twist, literally. It packs a rotating camera sensor at the top that can pull double duty at the front or back, or anywhere in...

Chinese smartphone newcomer Oppo doesn’t have the reputation of an Apple, Samsung or HTC just yet, but it certainly doesn’t have any problems acquiring similar parts to the big boys: the Oppo N1 is a powerhouse of a phone, with an absolutely dazzling...

The Oppo N1’s hardware is excellent, on paper. In the flesh, it’s all a bit impractical. We’re all for large screen phablets, but the N1 suffers from the very same problem as the HTC One Max: that too much of its bulk isn’t the display. The top and...

We’re all for new competitors in the smartphone arms race, but they face an uphill challenge breaking in when the likes of Google and Motorola have gotten so, so good at offering flagship phones at low low prices. As such, it’s hard to justify the high...

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Oppo N1

 

We've been following for some time the progress of the Oppo N1, the striking Android smartphone with a full HD screen and a twist, literally. It packs a rotating camera sensor at the top that can pull double duty at the front or back, or anywhere in...

We’re all for new competitors in the smartphone arms race, but they face an uphill challenge breaking in when the likes of Google and Motorola have gotten so, so good at offering flagship phones at low low prices. As such, it’s hard to justify the high...

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