Oppo officially unveiled the Find 7 smartphone back in March, but two new reports on Wednesday suggest the company is well on its way to developing two brand new devices. In a report out of Asia, we learn a bit about the rumored N1 Mini, a smaller version of the Oppo N1 that launched late last year, and the successor to that device, the Oppo N2.
According to Chinese news outlet Laoyaoba, Oppo is gearing up to release the Oppo N1 Mini, a device that will reportedly pack either a MediaTek MT6592 processor or a Samsung Exynos 5422 chip and will launch in LTE and non-LTE variants. The phone isn’t quite that mini, however: Laoyaoba says the N1 Mini will sport a 5-inch screen, which by some standards is still considered a phablet. Meanwhile, the publication also points to the development of the N2, the successor to the N1, though we don’t know much other than the device is supposed to ship with 4G LTE.
If you’re interested in an Oppo device, the Find 7 is still probably your best bet. It sounds like the N1 Mini is further along in development than the N2, but we still don’t know when either will hit the market.