doov-nike-v1Just when you thought that both the Sony Xperia C3 as well as the HTC Desire EYE were rather unorthodox in their design for a camera, along comes the Doov Nike V1, which is one of those newfangled selfie phones, hailing from China which will feature a rather unorthodox camera setup. The Doov Nike V1 will make use of a hinge so that the user can flip the camera and shoot it in whatever direction that suits them – be it at the front or at the rear, and it has the flexibility to swivel up to 190 degrees.

In terms of the camera’s performance, we are looking at a 13MP, F/2.0 second-gen Sony sensor as well as a dual-tone Philips LED flash. The camera itself also comes with optical image stabilization, and the sensor has a hedge of protection thanks to some sapphire glass with high refractive index. Not only that, there are different software modes that will help enhance the photos that you have taken.

Apart from that, the Doov Nike V1 will sport some rather mediocre hardware specifications, including a quad-core MediaTek MT6732 1.5GHz processor, 2GB RAM, a 2,480mAh battery, and a 5″ 720p display, all of it running on Android 4.4 KitKat with its very own Super UI on top. The asking price for the Doov Nike V1? $325 a pop, although it looks set to remain within China only.

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