As promised, Oppo officially announced the N1 Mini today, revealing a smaller version of the flagship Oppo N1 released last year. The device now has its own landing page , which offers the option to receive an alert once it’s available to order, though much of the Oppo N1 Mini’s internal hardware is still a mystery.
What we do know is that the N1 Mini offers the same rotating 13-megapixel camera included with the flagship N1 as well as a 5-inch screen (down from the 5.9-inch Oppo N1) and LTE capability. It also runs Android with the company’s own Color OS 1.4 on top. Everything else, including its processor and battery power, is still unknown. There’s no word on color options for the upcoming device, though a recent leak revealed the N1 Mini in blue, yellow and pink variants.
You’ll be able to order the Oppo N1 Mini for yourself starting on June 11, though we should know more about the device by then. The company is holding an event on June 10 to go over its internal specs, though it’s possible the information will be published earlier.