After teasing the successor to its N1 smartphone online, Oppo has now started sending out invites for a press event on October 29, when it will be officially unveiling the N3 smartphone. The press event is happening in Singapore and the invite clearly states that it is for the Oppo N3 launch.
In related news, a new alleged render of the N3 smartphone has appeared online (see below), which shows a more believable and plausible design for the phone. The phone is still shown packing a rotating camera, similar to the Oppo N1, which will work both as the rear and front shooter on the phone. Oppo also seems be including somekind of a sensor next to the twin LED flashes in the phone. It could be a laser auto-focus sensor like the one present in LG G3 or a depth sensor like in HTC One M8.
There is still no way to check the authenticity of this render, so we will just have to wait for more credible leaks to get a confirmation on the Oppo N3 design. The specifications of this upcoming smartphone also remain a mystery but it is certain that they will be high-end and probably similar to the company flagship Find 7.