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December 22, 2013

New Video Shows Us Notable Features Of The Oppo N1 CyanogenMod Phone

by John_A

oppo n1 cyanogenmod phoneWe’ve recently learned that the Oppo N1 CyanogenMod phone has now been CTS-certified, marrying CyanogenMod and the Google Play Store together for the first time and that we can expect it to become available for sale on the 24th of December. We know what hardware is going to be in the Oppo N1, but what exactly can the N1, which comes with CyanogenMod preloaded, actually do? Well, Cyanogen Inc. have released a video via a Google+ post to detail just some of the great features that you can expect and how to take lots of selfies:

As you can see, the CyanogenMod running on the N1 will still let you do a lot of the things that stock Android can do, like homescreen app grouping, but still allow you to do all the things that you love custom ROMs for, like theme-ing and CPU throttle control. It’s also nice to see the Cyanogen Inc. team themselves showing off the features of the Oppo N1 which is actually pretty informative, something that appears to be lost in many advertisements these days (ahem, Samsung).

With install numbers of CyanogenMod up over 10,000,000 as of today, and the release of the CyanogenMod loaded Oppo N1 waiting in the wings, it looks like things are looking up for Cyanogen Inc., particularly if they’re already planning their next move with an unknown hardware manufacturer. Exciting times in the CM space.

Will you be getting the Oppo N1 CyanogenMod phone when it release on Christmas Eve? Let us know in the comments.

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Source: Google+ via Android Police

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