Oppo's Latest Teaser Suggests we Could See Another Device Launched with the Oppo N3

It seems like we get new information about the upcoming Oppo N3 flagship each day. We already know tons of stuff about this device, a lot of which Oppo shared with us. This time around Oppo shared yet another interesting image via Weibo (Chinese social media), that image is featured above this article. You can see a part of Oppo N3's back peeking behind the curtain on the right, but it seems like there's another device on the left, which we basically can't see at all. This device seems to be smaller than the N3 though and Oppo even teased the second device, but the company, of course, wasn't clear enough so we have no idea what we're dealing with here. It could be yet another smartphone or perhaps some accessory for the N3 if I had to guess though, I'd say it's an additional device Oppo will reveal on October 29th. Considering this thing seems smaller than the N3, it is actually possible Oppo will release Oppo N3 Mini along with the N3, who knows.

As I said, we know tons of details when it comes to Oppo N3 already. Oppo (or company's employees) confirmed tons of stuff about this phablet. We know that it will launch on October 29th in Singapore (though Oppo will probably hold an even in China as well) and that it will sport a 16-megapixel camera with a 1/2.3-inch sensor. We've even seen a video showing us this camera in action, it seems to be motorized, which means it will automatically rotate when you want to take a picture or you'll be able to do it via software action on the phone itself. Oppo also shared a part of the N3's design (upper back part). Other than the official info, we've also heard tons of rumors about the device and some stores in China already started listing it for pre-order. According to that information, Oppo N3 will feature a 5.5-inch 1080p display along with 3GB of RAM and will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor. The weird thing about this is the listed price, 4298 Yuan ($702). This is way too much and if Oppo really decides to set the price this high I can't see them sell tons of N3's. Anyhow, if you'd like to find out more visit our roundup post.

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