This Chinese electronics company Oppo is said to be the first to put a rotating camera on a smartphone. Oppo N1 camera has 10 modules, 50 cables and 67 components and is structurally reinforced and tested for 100,000 rotations according to the manufacturer.
With the rotating camera in place, there is no need for a front camera.
The Oppo N1 has 13MP camera with an aperture of f/2.0, 6-element lens, dual-LED and the ability to rotate back and forth, eliminating the need to add front camera.
Oppo N1 is a has 5.9-inch IPS Full HD, 377 PPI, powered by 1.7 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 Quad Core, 2G RAM, and comes in 16 and 32G, battery is a 3610mAh.
Here’s a video clip by Android Authority.
Oppo N1 will not reach the PH Market unless some gray market vendors try to pitch the brand here.
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