CyanogenMod, the popular custom ROM for Android, announced that they are releasing their own retail smartphone, the Oppo N1.
Based on over four years of development and work by community contributors and developers, the phone is currently available for purchase for $599. What’s more, the phone has been greenlit by Google’s Compatibility Test Suite, which means that apps can be directly downloaded and installed from the Google Play Store.
The phone has a host of unique features built in, including a new Privacy Guard, enhanced camera features, and numerous customizable themes. The phone also has a unique 13 megapixel rotating camera, which allows for excellent quality photos from almost any angle.