Oppo unveils N3 and R5 smartphones

Oppo today announced couple of new phones – the N3 with an automated revolving camera and R5 that takes the world’s slimmest smartphone badge. The N3 builds on the N1 and automates the 206-degree revolving camera with a motorised function. With just a swipe, the rear-facing camera can be turned into a front-facing one. On… [Continue Reading]

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    Oppo today announced couple of new phones – the N3 with an automated revolving camera and R5 that takes the world’s slimmest smartphone badge. The N3 builds on the N1 and automates the 206-degree revolving camera with a motorised function. With just a swipe, the rear-facing camera can be turned into a front-facing one. On […]

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