Virtual Reality Goggles Are A Part Of Oppo's N3 Launch Invite

Oppo has already confirmed that it will announce Oppo N3 as part of their event on October 29th in Singapore (and it seems Beijing as well, though it's not confirmed just yet). The company has also sent out invitations for that event, which is very common of course, however Oppo did it in a rather interesting way and surprised many by doing so. This Chinese manufacturer sent out VR Goggles along with the invitation for this event. This headset comes with "One More Step VR" Android applications which lets you see this invitation in a completely different light, it basically comes to life and gives you an awesome look at it. This is a great idea by Oppo, it really is, this company is truly different then what we're used to as far as invites go. You can check out some images in a gallery down below.

Oppo is really trying to differentiate and for better or for worse is doing that rather well. Oppo N1 was a unique device, mainly because it had a rather huge rotating camera on top of the device which will find its way to Oppo N3 as well. We've already seen a ton of content when it comes to the upcoming Oppo N3 whether we're talking about official news or rumors. The device will certainly leave its mark and Oppo did a fine job when it comes to hyping it. 16-megapixel rotating camera with 1/2.3-inch sensor has been confirmed and we've even seen the looks of it from the back of the device. I wouldn't exactly say it's great looking considering that stitching and what not, but I bet it will appeal to a lot of people. The device will reportedly sport a 5.9-inch 1080p or 2K display, 3GB of RAM and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor. There are lots of content on this device and if you'd like to know more follow this link, you'll find tons of info there.

October 29th is less than 10 days away, is anyone out there excited about this thing? Based on everything we've heard, thus far, this will be a top-notch device, I don't doubt Oppo is saving some info for the announcement as well. We'll let you know if we stumble upon some additional info before the announcement itself.

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