As the date for Oppo's grand event for the N3 comes closers, the company intensifies its teasers giving us more hints about what we can expect. The latest one shows a second device standing next to the teased Oppo N3 behind a red curtain.
This teasers gives some credential to previous leaks, which revealed an Oppo N3 with a different design than what we've already seen. Oppo made a big deal about its lithium-aluminum alloy and confirmed that one of the N3 versions is going to be made of it, while the other will be using stainless steel.
The rest of the Oppo N3 main specifications should include a 5.9" 1080p display and the latest Snapdragon 805 chipset with 3GB of RAM. A fingerprint scanner is also likely.
As for the pricing, all we have so far is a board sign saying the pricing of the Oppo N3 (which one isn't specified) will be $700 (€550). We'll know more when the company reveals the two phones on October 29, so stay tuned!
If it gets cyanogenmod ROM support then great otherwise the Color OS will be a battery drain garbage.
If the one on the left is the new design, it will look like a bigger iPhone 5 from the back.