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It Looks Like Oppo Is Cyanogen's First Hardware Partner - Cyanogen Will Be At The N1 Announcement On September 23rd

It Looks Like Oppo Is Cyanogen's First Hardware Partner - Cyanogen Will Be At The N1 Announcement On September 23rd

Steve Kondik and company announced earlier this week that the CyanogenMod ROM has been incorporated into Cyanogen Inc, with the aim of strengthening the pseudo-platform and reaching more users. Since the first announcement Cyanogen has been teasing one major hardware partner, and it looks like that has been revealed.

Update: We've confirmed the details of the Oppo arrangement: Here's How Cyanogen Inc Wants The CyanogenMod-Enabled N1 And The First Hardware Partnership With Oppo To Work.

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Oppo Representative: "N1 Coming Later This Year, Find N7 Coming Late 2014"

Oppo Representative: "N1 Coming Later This Year, Find N7 Coming Late 2014"

Most manufacturers tend to be coy when it comes to release dates, especially when it's customers asking rather than press or investors. But Chinese manufacturer Oppo sometimes shoots from the hip, as they did with a recent Google+ post. When asked about release dates from an inquisitive poster, someone using the official account replied with a general target release for two upcoming devices, the N1 and Find N7.

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The N1 was recently leaked in all its minimalist glory, and though specs are thin on the ground, it looks like a contender for a flagship device with a relatively large screen.

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Alleged Oppo N1 Spotted In Non-Blurry Images Ahead Of Official Announcement Next Month

Alleged Oppo N1 Spotted In Non-Blurry Images Ahead Of Official Announcement Next Month

There was a time not long ago that Chinese OEMs were unlikely to make a splash outside of the Asian market. However, Oppo attracted some international attention with the Find 5, and the internet has been increasingly anxious to see the company's next effort, the N1. You need not wait until next month to get a glimpse of the N1 – some legit-looking images have popped up on Weibo and via @evleaks.

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CyanogenMod Developers Add Official Support For Oppo Find 5 As First CM10.1 Nightly Goes Live

CyanogenMod Developers Add Official Support For Oppo Find 5 As First CM10.1 Nightly Goes Live

Oppo Find 5 is one of the sexiest Android phones in recent history - just take a look at some of the photos in our review published earlier this year. At $499.99 ($569.99 for the 32GB variant), it's also cheaper than most unlocked high-end modern devices, yet it manages to pack a quad-core 1.5GHz Krait, Adreno 320, 2GB of RAM, a 1080P 5" display, a 13MP camera, NFC, and a 2500mAh battery.

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[Update: Winner Selected] Win An Oppo Find 5 (32GB, Midnight Black) From Oppo And Android Police

[Update: Winner Selected] Win An Oppo Find 5 (32GB, Midnight Black) From Oppo And Android Police

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Would you like a chance to win an Oppo Find 5 smartphone? Read on - we're giving one away, courtesy of the fine folks at Oppo (see our review here).

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Oppo Find 5 Review: Not Perfect, But You Should Probably Pay Attention To It Anyway

Oppo Find 5 Review: Not Perfect, But You Should Probably Pay Attention To It Anyway

In a world where Samsung and Apple dominate the smartphone sphere, and multi-billion dollar companies like Sony, LG, and Motorola struggle to maintain single-digit market share, it's rather easy to convince yourself that real innovation and excellence costs lots of money. And, as an extension of that thought process, that there's little reason to look outside the current crop of popular phone makers.

But you'd be wrong.

Known mostly in the United States for its Blu-ray players (yes, really), Oppo is a Chinese electronics maker that is easily ignored.

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