Oppo appears to be impatient until the launch of its upcoming flagship model, Oppo N3. We say this as the vendor is posting numerous teasers since the last month revealing the details of the device.
Lately, an ad board in a Chinese phone shop has revealed some possible specifications of the N3, besides shedding light on its pricing. The board confirms the presence of a 5.5 inch display with FHD 1080p screen resolution tipping that the firm will not be using the QHD display as in the Find 7.
Also, the spilled beans claim that the Oppo N3 will use a 16 MP primary camera, though it is not a surprise. The ongoing rumors have claimed that this sensor will measure 1/2.3 in size and that it will be mounted on a motorized module that will make the camera capable of rotating up to 206 degrees. This way, the handset comes with a front facer as the swivel camera will double as both front facing and regular camera.
Coming to the crucial part of the report, the alleged pricing of the Oppo N3 has been revealed by the ad board while there the launch of the device is slated to happen on October 29. According to it, the N3 will cost CNY 4,298 that translates to $700.
We are only a few days away from the announcement of the Oppo N3 and we would be getting all the details about the phone soon.