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OPPO N3 puts mobile photography into focus

Mar 19, 2015

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Thanks to smartphones, most of us now carry cameras around with us everywhere, making it extraordinarily easy to capture and share our favorite moments. But even with tons of options to choose from, OPPO continues to impress. The OPPO N3, successor to the first rotating smartphone camera in the world, offers stunning clarity and a number of impressive camera options you won’t find anywhere else.

A Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor is designed to support the power behind the N3’s 2K display with speed and a smooth performance ideal for gaming, multimedia and, of course, incredible photos. The camera-rich smartphone has 2GB of RAM, and 4G LTE connectivity, running on ColorOS 2.0 (based on Android 4.4 Kit Kat). Plus, OPPO’s VOOC quick charge technology supports a two hour call on a five minute charge.

While the OPPO N1 was known for its photo-taking, and the N3 carries the torch with pride. The 16MP camera can swivel by 206 degrees, giving way more angles to shoot from—now selfies are now a breeze at every angle. There are a couple of ways to do this: the convenient touchpad on the back of the device or the new O-Click Bluetooth remote, which lets you control the handset remotely. Plug-ins include “auto-panorama” and “HD Picture” mode that supports pics of up to 64-megapixels. And video is just as high-quality as the camera, able to capture in vivid 4K Ultra HD video.

The Snapdragon 801 supports DSLR-quality hardware, as well as a range of advanced photography features, without the bulk of a standalone camera. Qualcomm UbiFocus lets users tweak the focus after taking a photo; Qualcomm ChromaFlash preserves color, texture, and brightness; and touch-to-track locks the focal point and exposure settings on a specific moving target. Once selected, the camera function automatically adjusts for exposure, white balance, zoom and focus, while tracking up to four moving targets.

Users can revisit their moments on a 5.5” 1080p TFT-LCD screen. 5.5 inch 1080p full HD display. There is 32GB of internal memory, but the expandable storage moves this up to 128GB providing storage for loads of photos.

Learn more in the demo video above, see more at the OPPO N3 global site, and find it unlocked at oppostyle.com

Qualcomm Snapdragon, Qualcomm UbiFocus, and Qualcomm ChromasFlash are products of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

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