AnonD-327210, 03 Nov 2014Beleive it or not but it was my idea to implement motorized rotating camera, I gave this Idea ... moreSorry guy, Oppo N1 already had a rotating camera and was annonced in september 2013.
Beleive it or not but it was my idea to implement motorized rotating camera, I gave this Idea an year ago at Oppo forums, see here the proof
AnonD-326000, 31 Oct 2014Eagerly waiting for this. can some one suggest when it will be available in India???I think in15 nov 2014...
omman, 01 Nov 2014thought it was AMOLED ..No need to be AMOLED screen,the running color OS has make the screen look more details ,clear and increase the sharpness without AMOLED.
Oppo always has something to suprise us up in their sleeves and with N3, they have proved that they are the new Merlin in the Mobile world.
PS.Awaiting to buy this phone.
Eagerly waiting for this. can some one suggest when it will be available in India???
Remote controller for the rotating camera looks awesome. That is a feature that you actually will use. Good work Oppo!!
Oppo is trying to innovate but really needs some people with market savvy too. For one this phone is too tall, taller than even Samsung Note 4! I think a more compact 150mm tall phone with 5inch screen would have been better and more manageable. Also then the introductory price is just much.Motorisation of the cam, seems a sales gimmick. Pricing of some thing around CNY 3k would have been more palatable.
Too bad there's no official representative of oppo in Qatar.
This is a monster phone, in a good way!
Congrats to oppo
This phone not worth $650, since is outdated hardware except the camera feature.
it doesn't have radio? why? how sad?its different but it must have all the feature of other for this to buy even more :) i want it though :)
because rotating a camera manually is too hard to do, and "better" panoramic photography experience is reasonable to have higher price tag.