The Oppo N1 meets the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 ... how big is it?

Oppo has undoubtedly upset the mobile scene with the announcement of his Oppo N1!
Many of us were pleasantly surprised by Oppo's choices, while others were less concerned with the decision for size Big Size adopted. What we offer today is a photographic comparison between the Galaxy Note 3 and the Oppo N1!

While the innovation aspect of the Oppo N1 is more than positive, the dimensions of width (necessary for the installation of the turntable cameras) and length leave more than one perplexity regarding the "manageability" of the device itself.

The dimensions of the Oppo N1 are 170.7 x 82.6 x 9 mm and the weight, not exactly light, is 213 grams. Compared to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, equipped with a slightly smaller 5.7-inch AMOLED display with dimensions of 151.2 x 79.2 x 8.3 mm and a weight of “just” 168 grams, the N1 appears “beastly”… is it really like that?

Given the difficult availability of the Oppo N1 to date for users not resident in China, it seems useful to give you an idea of ​​the phone by comparing it with another that you can easily see in any electronics store.

Oppo N1 / Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Photo-comparison

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At first glance, you immediately realize that Oppo N1 is much larger than the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

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Choosing a display Extra Size and the space required for the rotating camera also makes it wider. Oppo tried to hide this "flaw", giving the display a black outline that gives off the feeling of ultra-thin frames.

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While Samsung has preferred to cut the length of the bottom of the smartphone, Oppo has decided to lengthen it by creating a curved area, in which there are the back-lit capacitive buttons.

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The Samsung Galaxy Note is definitely not a "Mini" device, but in the latter photo it appears objectively smaller ...

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So, will the innovative rotating camera, the rear touch panel and the larger display be sufficient to compensate for the big, big and especially heavy Oppo N1 body?

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