A new rumor circulating Chinese social media suggests that Oppo might be bringing back its N series line of premium smartphones. For context, this was the maker’s flagship assortment of Android phones dating back to 2013’s Oppo N1 - the first Android phone with a rotating camera and also the first that could officially boot CyanogenMod.
Noted tipster Digital Chat Station first teased the return of Oppo’s N series yesterday via Twitter. A new post on Weibo via @Arsenal fills in more details suggesting the new N series phone will compete in the premium segment, priced at around CNY 4,000 ($618) and would be positioned between the Find X series and the Reno line.
Keep in mind that these are still early rumors and there is still no official statement from Oppo’s side on the possibility of the N line making a comeback.
Exactly, on top of being a privacy nightmare and getting in the way of better alternatives like disappearing camera : https://www.gsmarena.com/googles_first_foldable_could_have_a_disappearing_underdisplay_camera-news-49223.php https://www.android...
And the under display camera that screws image quality
Still better than a punch hole.