The Oppo N1 release date announcement also brought on some more information about both of the Android operating systems on the device. Whilst the Oppo phablet won’t be dual-bootable, owners will easily be able to pick and choose either Color OS or Cyanogenmod when setting up the device, and there will always be the option to switch via the stock recovery options built into the phone.
This will be a fairly easy task to do, but will still require a bit of Android custom ROM knowledge. For those that don’t want to go through the hassle, there will also be a limited supply of devices already pre-loaded with Cyanogenmod at the same time as the Oppo N1 release date.
The device will be available for purchase through Oppo’s online store and through Amazon, and will be available for $599 in the United States and €449 in Europe.
The Oppo N1 will come packed with a beautiful 1080P HD 5.9 inch display, 2GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 600 SoC with a quad-core Krait 1.7GHz processor and Adreno 320 GPU, as well as either 16GB or 32GB storage.
The most notable features on the Oppo N1 though are it’s swiveling camera that allow owners to get a better angle in shots and use one primary 13MP camera as either the front facing camera or the primary camera, as well as the touch pad on the back of the phone that allow users to scroll through web pages and other content without actually touching the screen.