Surprisingly, the China based smartphone company Oppo has silently announced the Oppo N5 to Malaysia with the quality of their smartphones as well as some neat features they included in them, the smartphone will be available for local users from next week. Oppo earlier has did this kind of things, take Oppo N1 as example with its rotating 13-MP camera which was both front and rear shooter, just rotate it and use it as you want. Also we can’t forget the very popular Oppo Find 7 with its “Super Zoom” shooter feature that allows user to create a 50 MP image while it includes only 13 MP camera sensor. This time also it will sure come with some innovative feature to excite everyone.
The Oppo N5 which is launched today is a successor of Oppo Neo launched back in Feb. of this year. As of now, we don’t have enough specifications about the device but yes, we can at least give you the outline. Oppo Neo 5 is housing a 1.2 GHz Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor coupled with 1 GB of RAM and just 4 GB of internal storage which can further be expandable up to 32GB via micro SD card.
On the front of the smartphone you can find a 4.5-inch screen with decent display having the resolution of 854 x 480(218ppi). A 5-MP shooter with BSI CMOS sensor is fitted at the back of the smartphone while there is a 2 MP shooter as front facing camera. Oppon N5 being a budget smartphone packing a 1,900 mAh battery along with the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean out of the box. The device is 4G enabled which I thing worth noting.
If we talk about the pre-installed software, it is coming with Oppo’s ColorOS that adds an extra layer on typical Android mobile OS. And finally little about the device’s form factor, measures 132 x 65.8 x 9.2mm and it weights 132.5g. Bluetooth 4.0, GPS and the usual sensors are all included as well.
Malaysian people have to spent $190 to get the device on their hand from next week. According to the report, they didn’t revealed any plans to launch this to other regions at this point, but soon we can expect. Keep connected with u, sure we’ll tell once it expands any region.