Oppo shows us the advantages of the Oppo N1 rotating camera compared to that of the iPhone 5S.
Oppo is taking a leading role as a Chinese telephone manufacturer that makes devices with high quality imaging capabilities. It all started with the Sony 13 mega-pixel sensor from the FIND 5, continued with the Oppo Ulike 2, the R819 and now with the Oppo N1.
The rotating camera of the Oppo N1 has undergone some criticism immediately after the launch, but there are no obvious advantages that can be gained from such a feature.
To show us these advantages, Oppo has posted photos showing the differences between the camera (and its use) of the N1 and the iPhone 5S.
The first images suggest that a rotating camera is more convenient for taking pictures when the subject is not "posing". Thus, the rotating camera is ideal for capturing photos in spontaneous poses, but subsequent photos also suggest other uses.
The rest of the images, in fact, show the greater convenience in using the Oppo N1 camera compared to that of the iPhone 5S (or any "normal" phone) in the same conditions.
Taking pictures over the heads of other people will be much simpler.
Even taking close-up pictures will be much more rewarding.
After seeing these photos, the idea of a rotating camera makes us a little less distorting the nose. However, what we continue to not understand is where the need arises to produce such a long and wide telephone. Perhaps using a display from 5.5 inches instead of the one from 5.9 that was mounted on the N1 would have been a wiser choice?
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