It was way back in September that we first wrote about the Oppo N1, the crazy Chinese smartphone beast with the rotating 13MP rear camera and abundant affection for CyanogenMod.
We were promised a limited edition Oppo N1 running CyanogenMod out of the box, and it’s only gone and got itself official Google certification.
The limited edition Oppo N1 comes with “unique CyanogenMod packaging” and a specially designed case featuring mascots Cid and Ollie on the rear, and it’ll be available from December 24.
There’s still no mention of price for the limited edition CyanogenMod Oppo N1, but the standard model (which can be flashed to CM from stock recovery) currently sells for €449 (16GB) and €477 (32GB) on the Oppo Style Europe store.
Of course, having successfully navigated Google’s compatibility test suite (CTS), users of the limited edition Oppo N1 will be able to download apps directly from Google Play, instead of sideloading. Nice.
In addition to the aforementioned rotating camera, further Oppo N1 specs include a 5.9in 1080p display, quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor, and 2GB of RAM.
For a look at Oppo N1 CyanogenMod edition features, including, er, Beautify for pictures, hit up this here YouTube video.
The CyanogenMod guys yell: "We're excited (and relieved) to announce that the OPPO N1 is the world's first Google Certified CyanogenMod phone!
"We've had a blast working with OPPO on this project and can't wait to hear what you all think. Supply is limited so be sure to check Amazon and the OPPOStyle store on December 24th to grab your own piece of Android history."