Oppo N1 CyanogenMod edition up for sale; Factory images and source code available as well

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A few days ago, it was reported that the Oppo N1 running a build of CyanogenMod has passed Google’s CTS test, and the device would go up for sale shortly. Well, the handset is now up on sale over at Oppo’s web store for $599, same as the ColorOS running variant of the device costs. 

In addition to the launch, the CyanogenMod team has also made the factory images, and the source code for the CM10.2 build that the N1 is running, up for download. The team has, in fact, gone a step further and even released the source code for the CM11 branch of the device for all tinkerers to make early KitKat builds for the device.

The CyanogenMod edition of the Oppo N1 also comes with a custom packing, a CyanogenMod branded case, the O-Click remote shutter and a few CyanogenMod stickers to show off to your friends.

While shipping is free, don’t expect the handset to land at your doorstep before early next year.

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  • J Smith

    This phone will get little traction in the US due to price and little known manufacturer.
    Currently, no carriers are supporting the phone and there are Cyan mods free for nearly all of the other brands top phones.

    Cyan Co. better rethink their business plan.

  • AndroidGuy

    Not available in my country :(