The Oppo N1 was a pretty decent smartphone when it was first announced officially in September last year, where subsequently we heard about variants of the device being worked on, such as a Pepsi edition and a Limited Edition model. Having said that, this would make the Oppo N1 ripe for the “mini” treatment that we see so many smartphones get these days. The Oppo N1 mini is rumored to be worked upon at this point in time, and there are also whispers of a successor at work here, which will aptly be known as the Oppo N2.
The rumored Oppo N1 mini might not live up to the adjective in its name though, considering how it is set to be on the receiving end of a 5” touchscreen display with no idea on the resolution count as at press time. This is pretty much the size thereabouts where other flagship smartphones sold come with, but when one compares it to the Oppo N1’s 5.9” display, the theory of relativity comes in handy here.
It would most probably run on a MediaTek MT6592 chipset or a Samsung Exynos 5422, as both of them are octa-core chipsets, and chances are there will be two variants – one with 4G LTE support, and the other without.