• Oppo N1
79
Based on 25 scores, 54 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    5
  • Good:
    12
  • Average:
    8
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • More premium feel than its plastic chassis would suggest.
  • The phone also has a great camera and strong battery life.
  • The swiveling camera is an innovative touch.

Cons:

  • Lacks a micro-SD card slot.
  • Heavy.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Whathifi.com on 80

You may know Chinese manufacturer Oppo for its pricey Blu-ray players, but recently it has been making waves in the smartphone market. The N1 is one of its first and stands out due to the company bundling it with the choice of two operating systems,...

By TechRadar on 80

A solid, thin and powerful phone with a great camera. And most importantly, the Oppo N1 beats the opposition in terms of price.

By TechRadar AU on 80

Best phone deals Save up to 40% on your mobile phone contract It's a solid, thin and powerful phone with a great camera. And most importantly, the Oppo N1 beats the opposition in terms of price. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 costs around £450 to buy...

By Engadget on 85

The Oppo N1 is a bold, yet fun phone with the noble goal of solving the selfie problem. Unfortunately, its camera is still a few updates away from...

By gadgetshow.channel5.com on 80

We’re all for new competitors in the smartphone arms race, but they face an uphill challenge breaking in when the likes of Google and Motorola have gotten so, so good at offering flagship phones at low low prices. As such, it’s hard to justify the...

By Stuff.tv on 100

This mobile maverick breaks all the right rules. Zany but still elegant hardware coupled with the most open and customisable Android software on the planet - it makes for a very tempting combination indeed. This kooky, clever phablet is the best big...

By booredatwork.com on

The Oppo N1 comes in to the market as a device that really sets its self apart and that is one of the first things I like about it. Oppo N1 32GB is powered by Color operating system which is based on Google's Android OS v4.2 (Jelly Bean). You can...

By Pocket-lint on 90

Of all the phones we've handled we've never been approached by so many members of the public and fellow press to ask about what we're using. From restaurants, to casinos, to conferences - the Oppo N1 caught peoples' eyes and stood out as the...

By The Verge on 72

Until now, the only way to experience CyanogenMod was to modify your own device that shipped with different software. That typically involves a lot of research in modding forums, and a good amount of hacking and trusting software tools of dubious...

By Android Police on

I've had a lot of good things to say about the Oppo N1, so please, do not mistake a lack of enthusiasm for disdain. The thing about the N1 is that, to me, it just doesn't feel like a phone marking CyanogenMod's big commercial debut. I'm not knocking...

By CNET Australia on 80

With its swiveling camera mount and high tech specs, the Oppo N1 is easily today's most innovative smartphone that most people haven't heard...

By FoneArena on

As mentioned early on in our review, the Oppo N1 is a phablet first, flagship second. Meaning, the device is applicable to you as a flagship only if you agree to the idea of a phablet sized device, which is highly subjective to one’s preferences. In...

By GSMArena on

The phablet space has certainly gone a long way in the past three years. From a virtually empty niche to one of the most hotly-contested segments of the market. The once mocked Samsung Galaxy Note lineup is now receiving the highest form of flattery,...

By Phone Arena on

If you are eyeing a 6-incher like the Oppo N1, you are probably aware how uncomfortable to operate with one hand or even carry around such a phone would be. That being said, it is a very well-made device, with solid build, good looks, and flagship...

International Review By pcquest.com on

Oppo N1 phablet comes from the house of China-based Oppo Mobiles to India for Rs 39,999. Unboxing of the N1 tells us what all comes bundled with the device; earplugs, O touch remote and data cable. The Oppo N1 sports a 5.9 inch full HD display and runs...

International Review By nothingwired.com on 73

The Oppo N1 is a combination of beauty and innovation. The design and build quality is very premium. The rotatable camera, the O Touch and O Click are some of the features very unique to this phone. The UI is pretty smooth and its beauty will not let you...

International Review By gadgetdiary.com on 80

Oppo N1 is now available in India for Rs 37,990. At this price point it is cheaper than most of the flagship devices available in the market. It has amazing build quality and it comes with various innovative features such as rotating camera, O-Click and...

International Review By tecnoandroid.it on

Oppo N1 è uno dei telefoni di maggior attenzione in questo periodo e grazie al suo innovativo sistema di fotocamera rotante e alla partnership con CyanogenMod è l'esempio pratico, insieme a Xiaomi , di come la Cina sarà presto pericolosa sul mercato...

International Review By techattack.my on

We've reviewed quite a number of devices before, but Oppo N1 is one of the few devices that I could see myself using as a daily driver. Partly because of the selfie-centric camera, but mostly because of the official CyanogenMod support.I find that this...

International Review By technave.com on

Unique, beautiful, tough and feature-filled, the Oppo N1 is probably the ultimate Selfie cameraphone, perfect for those who like to take selfie or self shots and powerful enough to handle the latest games or apps with ease. The design and features make...