Oppo may return a line of premium N-series smartphones according to new data. The original Oppo N1 was released in 2013, it was the first Android phone with a rotating camera, and also the first smartphone to officially download CyanogenMod.
A well-known insider under the nickname Digital Chat Station claims that the company will indeed bring the Oppo N series back to life, with the new smartphone starting at around $ 620. It will sit in the price range between the Oppo Reno and Oppo Find X lines.
Oppo only released three devices from the Oppo N series. They were the Oppo N1, Oppo N1 mini and Oppo N3. All three phones featured a unique rotating camera module that allowed users to take high-quality selfies from the main rear camera. The camera modules on the first two Oppo N phones had to be rotated manually. At the same time, the latest smartphone had a motorized rotating camera module.
The Oppo N3 came out in 2014, however, the lineup was ultimately canceled and replaced with other Oppo smartphone series.