Oppo N3 Review
Oppo N3 Review:
Lots of interface customisation
Tons of hardware extras
Decent fingerprint scanner
Big and chunky
Oppo N3 Review Shows:
Oppo N3 Review– Design
The Oppo N3 isn’t a phone with quite the same priorities as most of the output from companies such as LG, Samsung and Sony. It looks, feels and is big, heavy and pretty thick.
Over the last couple of years just about all expensive phones have become slender – even the huge-screened ones – but the Oppo N3 is a brick of a phone, the like of which we don’t see too often any more. It’s 9.9mm thick and 192g, miles chunkier than the similarly 5.5-inch LG G3, which is 8.9mm thick and 149g.
The Oppo N3 also has a fingerprint scanner that, like the Huawei Ascend Mate 7, sits on the back and is surprisingly good. It sits on top of a physical clicky button used to wake up the phone so the fingerprint scanner hardware doesn’t have to be constantly on alert.
Oppo N3 Review– Screen
The Oppo N3 has a 5.5-inch screen. In 2014 this went from being a ‘phablet’ size to something a normal large phone could have, thanks to ever-slimming phone bezels and the simple way we are all becoming that bit more accustomed to larger-screen phones.
Oppo N3 Review– Camera
The Oppo N3 has an unusually interesting camera. There’s just one lens and one sensor, but they pivot around on a hinge that can either me moved manual or using a motor built into its hinge.
Its core idea is simple, obvious: that the main camera can also be used for selfie shots. To justify such a move, which is just as likely to repel as attract, the Oppo N3 needs a pretty good sensor and lens.
Oppo N3 Review– Battery Life
As one of the biggest, fattest phones in its class, you’d hope the Oppo N3 would have a huge battery. It provides a fairly chunky unit, but a smaller one than some of its rivals.
It has a 3000mAh battery that is non-removable, where the LG G3 and Sony Xperia Z3 both have slightly larger cells. During our very early testing the Oppo N3 seemed to offer poor stamina, but after settling in for a bit, the phone provides pretty decent longevity.
Oppo N3 Review– Sound and Call Quality9
One other slight disappointment, again given the size of the Oppo N3, is that it has just one speaker. It has a mono unit that sits beneath the metal lip on the bottom of the phone. It’s smart positioning, because you effectively can’t block the speaker unless you do so deliberately, but we’d ideally like a stereo pair.
The sound quality of the Oppo N3 isn’t too bad, with a little more warmth and low-end grunt than the Samsung Galaxy S5 – but less treble detail – that makes spoken voices in particular sound a bit more realistic. It’s pretty loud too, making it among the better phone speakers despite being just mono./span>
Oppo N3 Android phone Tech Info
|CPU||Snapdragon MSM8974AA Quad Core 2.3Ghz|
|OS||Android 4.4 KitKat
Language: English, Chinese
|Memory||2GB RAM/32GB ROM|
|Weight||192g (Including battery)|
|Screen||5.5-inch FHD IPS screen with 1920*1080 pixel|
|Network||GSM + WCDMA + TD-LTE+ TD-SCDMA + FDD-LTE(Single Micro Simcard)
2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
3G: W-CDMA 850/1900/2100MHz TD-SCDMA 1880-1920MHz/2010-2025MHz
4G: FDD-LTE 1800/2600MHz TD-LTE 1880-1900MHz
|GPS||Built In GPS& A-GPS|
|Connection||Bluetooth 4.0 with EDR/Wi-Fi : IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
supports Wi-Fi hotspot Micro USB 2.0
|Camera||16.0MP front camera, 16.0MP back camera with flashlight and auto focus|
|Sensor||Gravity Sensor, Distance Sensor, Light Sensor, Digital Compass|
|Video||AVI, MP4, FLV, 3GP, MOV, ASF, MPEG, RMVB, H.263, H.264, etc.|
|Audio||MP3, AAC, WAV, etc. / 3.5 mm Audio Jack|
|Special functions||Play Store, Tethering & portable hotspot, FM Radio, Wi-Fi, GPS, Gesture Control, Schedule Power On/Off|
|Battery and Accessories||Removable Li-ion Battery 3850 mA
1 * OPPO N3 Android Phone
1 * Charger
1 * Earphones
1 * USB Data Cable
1 * User Manual
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