But it’s not the only smartphone Oppo announced, with the R5 joined by the N3, a new version of the N1 Mini we saw earlier on.
Like that phone, the N3 will bring a rotating camera on a touchscreen smartphone body, with a 5.5 inch display to operate the 16 megapixel shooter, but it won’t be like the last model.
In the Oppo N1 Mini, you had to move the camera lens yourself, and while it could pretty much rotate on a hinge to face you and flip around to the back, you still had to use your fingers to do it. For the N3, Oppo have brought in an automatic rotation mechanism, making it move for you.
Besides the camera, you’ll find 32GB storage and 2GB RAM operating on a Snapdragon quad-core 801 processor, more Android via ColorOS, and a touch system that can lock images up, basically providing a sense of security for sensitive images.
“The N3 and R5 were built and designed with our users in mind,” said Oppo’s Sky Li General Manager.
“We took what our users love about our previous devices and made them even better.”
Pricing for the Oppo N3 and R5 smartphones have yet to be announced for Australia, but both will arrive early next year, so look for them then.