Oppo N1 mini finally goes live in India for a pricey INR 26,990
After much ado, Oppo Mobiles have finally launched their Oppo N1 mini offering in India.
The smartphone was released at the price of 26,990 Indian rupees, an amount that could buy four units of the Motorola Moto E and still with some left-overs.
But then, that doesn’t mean that the two phones walk in the same range. The Oppo N1 mini comes with a 5-inch 720p touchscreen display.
The smartphone comes with 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage void of a memory expansion slot and a 2,140mAh battery.
Tom Lu, Chief Executive of Oppo India announced, “Customer orientation is deeply rooted in the culture at OPPO and brings to users the unique design and technology for which the OPPO N1 won a lot of accolades, but in a sleeker and more compact body.”
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