Earlier this week, Oppo confirmed the existence of the Oppo N1 cameraphone, though few actual details are known about the phone’s hardware or design. Since then, the company has been regularly updating it’s Weibo and Twitter accounts with minor teasers in a series of provocative ads.
The latest tweet suggests that the Oppo N1 will feature a rear touch panel and mentioned “a brand new user experience”. While Oppo is not the first to introduce rear controls, LG G2 has a set of volumn buttons on the rear, Oppo is suggesting a second touch panel. Still, this is the very first time we’ve heard about a smartphone actually utilizing such tech.
Oppo N1 will feature a 12 mega pixel camera with Xenon flash and will use a new imaging chip called “Owl” for low-light photography. The company will be holding a media event on September 23, presumably to unveil the Oppo N1 cameraphone.