By John Kessler
There is a rumor on the web that OPPO is going to bring back its premium line of N smartphones to the market.
The first to report this was the Chinese insider Digital Chat Station on Twitter. Then a Weibo informant @Machine Arsen shared some details.
According to the leak, the revived device lineup will compete with low-cost flagship smartphones. Such devices will cost in the region of 4000 yuan (about 620 US dollars). That is, the N-series will be located between the Reno and Find X lines.
— Digital Chat Station (@chat_station) August 23, 2021
Recall that the first N-series smartphone was OPPO N1, which was released in 2013. He had a PTZ camera, which acted as the main and front camera. It was also the first device on the market to ship with CyanogenMod preinstalled on board. In 2014, its successor, OPPO N3, was released. After him, the manufacturer closed the line.