Oppo N1 Mini and N2 reportedly in the works
Before there was OnePlus making smartphones that run CyanogenMod and only CyanogenMod, Oppo dabbled in the custom ROM space with the N1. This was the first device to have a CyanogenMod edition, which, as you might have guessed, ships with that particular ROM preinstalled.
The Oppo N1 (pictured below) was announced last September and it came to international markets towards the end of 2013, and now it’s apparently time for talk of a successor. It shall be called N2, in the most unsurprising news ever. And that’s all for now on this matter. There will be a successor to the N1, and it will be called N2.
But wait, don’t go – Oppo is also rumored to be working on an N1 Mini, which will be anything but mini. That’s because it’s said to get a 5-inch touchscreen with unknown resolution. That’s the size at which other manufacturers sell their flagships, but compared to the 5.9-inch N1 it really can be called Mini.
The Oppo N1 Mini will pack either a MediaTek MT6592 chipset or a Samsung Exynos 5422, both being octa-core. It will have two versions, one with and the other without support for 4G LTE networks.
Of course, as neither of these things have been confirmed yet, they could all just be fiction, do keep that in mind. We’ll get back to you when we learn more.