Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo is trying to expand its portfolio making itself equally competent with the other smarphones vendors. The rapidly growing manufacturer is all geared up with to become a challenging brand with its existing product lineup. It appears like the firm is planning to strengthen its lineup further with launch of two new phones.
According to sources from Taiwan supply chain, Oppo is prepping a mini version and the sequel of the N1 dubbed N1 Mini and N2 respectively. The Oppo N1 Mini is believed to come with a 5 inch display of unspecified resolution and pack an octa-core MT6592 processor or octa-core Exynos 5422 Soc under its hood. It is also said to come in two variants – with and without LTE connectivity.
Coming to the Oppo N2, the handset’s details remain a tightly wrapped secret. But, as the Oppo N1 was launched in late 2013 its sequel is also believed to be announced sometime in the second half of this year.
Oppo entered the Indian smartphone arena early this year with the release of the Oppo N1 followed by a slew of handsets including the Oppo R1. The vendor is claimed to release the Find 7a in the country is mid-2014.