It does look as though the probability is extremely high for China-based smartphone manufacturer Oppo to roll out a couple of new handsets that will make up part of its R smartphone range – after appearing on the TENAA website. Having said that, such an appearance is more often than not a shadow of things to come – which tends to be followed up by an official announcement not too long afterward. Both handsets have been called the R8200 and R8205 at time of publishing, where they are not only close in terms of naming convention, but also happen to be near identical in hardware specifications, apart from the R8205 offering support for CDMA networks – everything else are similar.
It was slightly more than a month ago when we talked about how Nokia revealed the N1 tablet that ran on the Android platform – which is a welcome change from all of the Windows Phone devices that Nokia had been churning out all this while. Having said that, here is what looked set to be another smartphone follow up by Nokia, arriving in the form of the Nokia C1, although it has been discovered later on that this is but a fan-made render of what could have been the Nokia 900.