i want to buy this oppo n1 5.9 inch, can you help me where i can buy this phone in philippines..
No micro sd card slot - no thank you. Record a video or two. Put a movie onto it, download a game and you are out of space. 64gig card 45MBps writes and 90MBps reads is like 50$. Phone with no slot is jebanym gównem.
xavi3r, 24 Sep 2013has anybody noticed the size of this thing :D5.9inches gr8 for gaming n videos
This cam can allow you to walk without raising your head to see what is in front of you. It is a great idea. Don' t over look it.
wut?, 24 Sep 2013my God! people posting links on who did the first rotating camera on a phone... yea we know th... moreWell,n series of nokia included only smartphones,n90 was a smartphone,so yes oppo is not the one to implement it first even on a smartphone......
my God! people posting links on who did the first rotating camera on a phone... yea we know that there was a rotating camera back then but is it on a smartphone?? does samsung have that on their galaxy series? does nokia have that on a lumia series?? give oppo a credit for implementing that on a smartphone...
now everyone's copying nokia's super sensitive screen and also the 6-element lens..
Using find 5 since May. The best phone in low price.. and now definitely will be buying this though its quite big..The colour ROM is improving day by day, the oppo team is very responsive… best of luck and indeed its good start..
Well done on actually doing some design for once.Its about time something different designs emerged instead of boring slabs..At least they are trying something different even though twisty cam was in my Moto A830.
AnonD-20802, 23 Sep 2013Too bad it's running Android... Would have been fun to see it with a good OS instead.It seems that, you dont have general knowledge as well as common sense!!
"The full metal aluminum alloy frame is produced over a 20-day period."
"The whole phone is made of plastic and will be available in two color options - black and white."
Nice. But no way it's going to beat The Nokia Lumia 1020. Oh well, way to go Oppo. That's innovation right there. More surprises here than even the rehash of the iPhone 5, the LG G2, and the Note 3. What now Huawei?
I was thinking about buying one to replace my Note 2 but I finally don't think I will for the following reasons:
1-It's even bigger than Galaxy Mega (that's too big in my opinion).
2-I don't think it can be called cheap if the price of $571 is for the 16GB version and it doesn't have microsd card and removable battery.