This is slightly odd to take in, but a Sony representative was caught holding and toying around with the unreleased and massively hyped Oppo N1, the Chinese phone maker's upcoming 6-inch flagship phablet slated for a late September release, not too far away from now.
Along with, Oppo has also released a new trailer that describes the manufacturing process behind the new Oppo N1, with a key focus on the camera, which is supposed to be the winning element in the N1. Apart from the 5.9-inch 1080p panel, there's a 12 megapixel rear camera with a special 'Owl' image processor that is said to be capable of outperforming current Smartphone cameras when it comes to low-light photography. Also, the company might also launch camera attachments for Smartphones, much like Sony's own QX10 and QX100 lens.
The Oppo N1 will reportedly cost CNY 4000, roughly $650, making it one of the more expensive Android Smartphones to be sold by a Chinese OEM.