Last September Oppo announced its Oppo N1 a month after which the smartphone was released. The Oppo N1 was launched with a Snapdragon 600 chipset and comes with various new features. It sports a 13MP camera, has a rear touch-sensitive panel, offers O-Click accessories and has an official CyanogenMod release.


Now news suggest that Oppo is working on a mini variant of the 5.9” Oppo N1. This mini variant will be called as the Oppo N1 mini and still will host a larger 5.0” display. Moreover, the device is believed to come with a octa-core processor which means that the Oppo N1 mini will bake the latest MediaTek Soc or Exynos 5 Octa generation from Samsung.

Reports claim that the Oppo N1 mini will be available in non-LTE and LTE versions and will be launched in either coming May or June. Well if this is true, we could soon hear an official announcement from the company. At the moment, we are focused on the much awaited Find 7 from Oppo that is believed to open covers today(March 19).