OPPO currently sells smartphones under five different series: A, F, K, Reno and Find. According to the latest leaks, however, the series could soon become six thanks to the return of the OPPO N series.
Those of you who remember the smartphones of the OPPO N series? Perhaps in a few, as few smartphones have been launched, or three: OPPO N1, N1 mini and N3. The peculiar feature of these smartphones was the presence of a rotating camera, which allowed the rear camera to be used even from the front. The camera modules on the first two phones had to be rotated manually. The third model, on the other hand, had a motorized rotating module.
OPPO then stopped releasing new N series smartphones, abandoning the rotating camera design altogether. Apparently, however, the series could soon make its return on the scene, but it will no longer grease on rotating cameras, but on cameras below the display. Most likely the first OPPO smartphone to use this technology will be proposed under this “new” series. Also, according to Digital Chat Station, this device is expected to cost around ¥ 4,000 (€ 526). In other words, the new OPPO N series will be positioned, as a price range, between the OPPO Find and OPPO Reno series.
So far OPPO has not yet released any statement on the matter, so at the moment there is nothing official.