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Oppo enters Indian market, launches N1 for INR 39,999

Oppo N1As we reported earlier, Oppo announced its entry in the Indian market today with the launch of its flagship Oppo N1 smartphone at a press event in New Delhi today. Priced at INR 39,999, the smartphone will go on sale in the coming days.

Originally introduced in September 2013, Oppo N1 features a 5.9-inch full HD display, 2GB of RAM and Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor. It also comes with a 13MP rotating camera, which can work both as rear camera and front camera. In addition, the smartphone packs Android 4.2-based Color OS, 3610 mAh battery, 16GB of storage, and the usual set of connectivity options.

According to Oppo, N1 also includes a 12 sq cm rear touch panel, which helps in one-handed use of the smartphone. Dubbed as O-Touch, it can be used to scroll, tap, or snap photos – all without your fingers blocking the display.

Oppo is initially introducing the 16GB model in the country, there is no word on the pricing or availability of 32GB version.

2 thoughts on “Oppo enters Indian market, launches N1 for INR 39,999

  1. Not a bad product, but I doubt if it would sell a single unit at this price, with the likes of more powerful phablets like Sony Z Ultra priced much lower and Note 3 also costing ~43k, also from more popular brands. With a brand name unknown to most Indian buyers, no expandable memory over 16GB and questionable after-sales service, pricing should have been more aggressive.

    1. Yes, if they are going to sell TWO phones for 40k (saying Valentines day offer), it will surely sell like hot cakes… Else, SORRY sir ji…

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