In China, it appears, painting windows isn’t yet a thing of the past. As physical Oppo stores across the mainland prepare for the upcoming launch of the new N3 smartphone, windows are being painted with details of the phone, cluing us in on what to expect from the October 29 launch event. Along with the Oppo N3 price, we also have even more info on the swivel camera the phone is toting.
Thanks to these advertisements, we’re able to discern on the specs front that the phone will have a 5.5-inch 1080p display, and a 16MP rotating camera. This camera (previously rumored to sport a dual-LED flash as well) will supposedly even be motorized, and that’s not too surprising – this isn’t the first time Oppo’s tried something new with its cameras.
As for that pricing? 4928 Yuan, which translates to about $700. That’s a hefty price tag, even above the base-line iPhone 6 and almost every Android flagship, though this price is by no means a confirmed number.
From what we’ve seen so far, the Oppo N3 is shaping up to be one heck of a phone, and our own Jaime Rivera is eager to give it a run in Singapore at the launch event.