OPPO announced late yesterday that the OPPO N1 will be available for purchase beginning December 10th in the US and at least some European countries. This comes approximately one month after the device went on sale in China. Along with the release date, they are also indicating the device will sell for $599 USD or €449. When the OPPO N1 was released in China, only 10,000 units were available. OPPO has not said anything about expected demand or how many units will be available. The OPPO N1, featuring a 5.9-inch screen and a rotating 13MP camera, will probably find most of its demand coming from buyers who are interested in getting a device pre-loaded with the CyanogenMod verson of Android. OPPO says the device will be available with CyanogenMod, Android, or both when it hits the market.
At present, OPPO’s web site lists their own online store and Amazon as sources for the OPPO N1 in the U.S.