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One More Oppo N3 Render Leaks Out, This Time It Comes In 3 Different Colors

October 10, 2014 - Written By Kristijan Lucic

Oppo N1 was launched about a year ago and was a rather successful product for this Chinese manufacturer. It is logical Oppo would want to release its successor. That is going to happen on October 28th, which Oppo confirmed yesterday via company’s official Twitter page. They posted a rather obvious teaser image there. This device has been leaked by crazy lately and we’ve seen 3 different renders of an alleged Oppo N3 (Oppo decided to skip the N2 branding for some reason) which showed us completely different design approaches. Naturally, only one of them can be legit, right? Well, according to the newest leak none of them were spot on.

Yet another leaked render surfaced in China, this time it allegedly shows the upcoming N3 device in multiple colors. Blue, purple (though it seems pinkish) and white coloured Oppo N3 images leaked and you can check them out in a gallery below the article. As you can see, these devices actually resemble one of the already leaked renders (the second one), though it’s not exactly the same design. These new renders sport a different trim, chamfered edges and all that, similar to some iPhone devices and the recently announced Samsung Galaxy Note 4. This is a good thing in my humble opinion, these renders look quite good (if you don’t mind the color) and might even be legit, though I’m just guessing of course.

We’ve already seen a ton of leaks when it comes to the Oppo N3. Not only did we see 4 render leaks (including this one), but all sorts of other pieces of the N3 puzzle have leaked. This device will allegedly be made out of aluminum and sport VOOC rapid charging (like the Oppo Find 7) along with some sort of new cooling system that Oppo developed just for this device. Oppo N3 will allegedly sport a 5.9-inch display (1080p or 2K) along with 3GB of RAM and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor. On the top of the device we can of course expect that rotating camera (presumably 13 or 20.1-megapixel one) which has been talked about so many times and which you can see on (almost) all of the renders which leaked in the last couple of weeks.