Oppo N1 Mini passes through the FCC, gets photographed in the process

Only a week ago we found out that Oppo is working on an N1 Mini to complement the ‘full size’ N1 phablet in its portfolio, and now we can already show you the new device.

That’s because the Oppo N1 Mini has been certified by the FCC, and the process resulted in some photos being taken and a few specs being mentioned. We should say that the FCC documents don’t mention the N1 Mini name, just the model number – Oppo N5116. But just look at this thing. If this isn’t the N1 Mini, then nothing is.

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The N1 Mini looks exactly as you’d expect – like a smaller version of the N1. Though the use of the term ‘Mini’ for a 5-inch smartphone may be controversial, mind you. The Oppo N1 Mini’s screen has just 720p HD resolution, down from 1080p Full HD on the N1. It also has a 13 MP camera that swivels so it can serve as both a rear camera and a front one (just like the N1’s does). 4G LTE support is baked in. Finally, the N1 Mini’s battery capacity is 2,140 mAh, down from 3,610 mAh on the bigger handset, though this is to be expected given the size difference between the two.

The Oppo N1 Mini’s dimensions are 148.4×72.2×9.2 mm, and it weighs 151 grams. No other details about the N1 Mini have surfaced this time around, but stay tuned and we’ll let you know when we find out more about it.

Via Phone Arena

Author: Vlad Bobleanta

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