We've given the Oppo N1 a lot of coverage over the past few months – more than we normally devote to a device not from one of the main smartphone players.
And Oppo has just given us the details. A Google+ update reveals the Oppo N1 will be available in the US and Europe next Tuesday, December 10. The price is only given in dollars and euros, but translates to around £360-£370.
For that, you'll be getting some fairly interesting features: a 5.9in full HD display, Oppo's O-Touch touch sensitive rear panel technology and probably the N1's signature feature: a 13MP camera you can rotate through 206 degrees to be forward or rear facing – or anything in between.
It's reportedly quite a fancy snapper too – it comprises 67 individual components, including six lens elements, and is powered by Sony's Exmor RS sensor.
That aside, you get a quad-core Snapdragon 600 processor - the same as in the HTC One but a step down from the current CPU of choice, the S800, plus there's 2GB of RAM and a 3160mAh battery.
The December 10 on-sale date means there'll be plenty of time for discerning smartphone fans to treat themselves to an Oppo N1 before Santa's sled rolls out of its parking spot. Hit the OppoStyle online store closer to the time for more details.