News by Luke Jones on Wednesday January 07, 2015.
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The Oppo N3 has been showing up over the last few months, most notably in an AnTuTu benchmark test back in November. The handset is now getting closer to launch as it has been in, passed, and certified by TENAA, Chin's equivalent of the FCC that decided when a product is ready to be sold. When these handsets pass through TENAA their specs are listed, and it is no different for Oppo?s N3.The device is listed with a 1080p Full HD screen with a 5.9-inch diagonal, but still this phone will be 11.95mm thick, not bad for a device that will also feature a 4X Optical Zoom. Other specs include an octa-core 1.7GHz processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and a micro SD card slot. There will be a 13 megapixel rear camera lens with the already mentioned zoom, while the front facer will be a high res 5 megapixel lens. There are no details on price or availability just yet, but you can check out the image of the Oppo N3 above.
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