Oppo set a really high standard last year with its Oppo N1 flagship device. Though a lot of people would not have expected, that a phone from a rather unfamiliar company would be see good, right down to the minutes detail of the packaging of the device. Rumors have it that Oppo are coming up with a successor to their last years flagship smartphone. The Oppo N1 was the first Android powered smartphone to have a rotating shooter, that served as a 13 megapixel front and back camera. The new device according to sources will be called the Oppo N3. Kind of weird, considering they jumped straight to the number 3. Where did number 2 go?

Oppo N3 render

A few renders of the device have popped up, the recent one really caught our attention. Like you can see the device looks very premium and the body is rumored to be made of some aluminum and lithium mixture. The main talking point about this device though is the camera. As we can see the device has a rotating camera on the side of the device, which slides out when required. As you can see in the device next to it, the camera has been nicely tucked in. Pretty impressive, don’t you think so?

Another specification rumors include a 5.9 inch Full HD 1080p display, 3GB RAM and could be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 805 processor. The device is also likely to come with VOOC rapid charging found in the Oppo Find 7. All these are just rumors at this point, but it would be really cool, if they pan out. Don’t you think? What are your reactions on Oppo’s next innovative smartphone? Yay or Nay?