Oppo to enter Singapore with the launch of its N1 phablet

We'll be getting a taste of Oppo's selfie-friendly phablet and more with their entry into Singapore
Oppo launches in Singapore

If you haven't heard of Oppo yet, you will soon. The China-based company has made waves with its smartphones resulting in some of us in Singapore clamouring over when Oppo phones will finally reach our shelves.

Guess what? Oppo has finally decided to come to the little red dot. And they'll be kicking it off with the launch of the Oppo N1.

Not just another phablet

If you aren't cued in on what the the Oppo N1 one is, here's a quick rundown. The 5.9-inch phone length will probably give you a hint that this is a phablet. Specs-wise, the N1 suffers from slightly old hardware with its 1.7 GHz Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor with just 2GB of RAM.

While the Oppo's custom OS - called Color - is a novel idea, that's not the crowd-favourite feature. The biggest highlight of the N1 would be its quirky, rotatable camera, a nod to the selfie-loving crowd. No microSD card slot on this one for expandable storage; just 16GB or 32GB internal storage options.

Pricing and availability will be revealed at the launch proper. So stay tuned for updates.

Should you get your hands on it? Read our Oppo N1 review here before you make that call.