First CyanogenMod collaboration smartphone Oppo N1 features 13mp 1/3" f2 206-degree rotating camera
Digital camera manufacturers lost interest in swiveling cameras for the most part, but Oppo is bringing the sexy back with the launch of the first smartphone in collaboration with the popular Android CyanogenMod collective, the Oppo N1. The smartphone has a 13-megapixel 1/3.06" camera with dual mode LED and dedicated ISP with f2 and "six physical lenses". The whole camera assembly rotates up to 206 degrees. The camera can also be activated within 0.6 seconds by rotating it by least 120 degrees.
If you are eagle-eyed, you can attempt some pixel-peeping on it, it is a 5.9-inch, 1080p IPS display (1920 x 1080) with 377 PPI and 16 million colors.
But it was not a bed of roses today for CyanogenMod, the developer of the popular Focal Camera app pulled out of CyanogenMod due to licensing issues. But there is a silver lining, the app is now available as a free beta for everyone (not just Cyanogen users) at Google Play.