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Topic # 145501 20-May-2014 08:02
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So it's the old first world problem. Buying a new phone soon and I quite like the look of what Oppo has to offer.

I like the N1 for the fact that it is unique I like the rear touch pad the button click through swivel camera and the Changes Mod variant. I always end up flashing CM anyway.

The 7a in the other hand is newer and more powerful which that lovely notification bar and fast charging but no word yet on a CM version but is still supported.

I want to know what you would choose and why? As to he'll me through this horrible crisis I have found myself in.

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  Reply # 1048529 20-May-2014 08:07
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If you like CyanogenMod anyway, you could wait for the Oneplus One to be released.  Looks to be pretty similar to the Oppo Find 7.

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  Reply # 1048534 20-May-2014 08:27
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I like the look and specs of the 7a. N1 is too, silly looking rotating camera, slower.

M00s3: I want to know what you would choose and why? As to he'll me through this horrible crisis I have found myself in


This isn't a horrible crisis, it's a reasonably trivial first world problem. "Both my children need heart transplants and I can only afford one" is a horrible crisis!




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  Reply # 1048536 20-May-2014 08:29
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CM11s from the 1+1 is almost ported to the 7a, the state of stock rom for 7a and N1 is pretty abysmal. I'd overlook the N1 completely it's basically already abandoned by OPPO.



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  Reply # 1048575 20-May-2014 09:46
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I like the N1 despite the fact it's missing lte but it really has been abandoned. I'm hoping for a N2 or a significant price drop

1+ is on my radar for the same reasons but the whole invite only has put me off and I would rather get an Oppo just for that slight more of an established company.

Does anyone know what Oppo phone has the most developers? I'm an entry level tinkerer so I can't quite cook from scratch.

Cheers for the replies team

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  Reply # 1048615 20-May-2014 10:28
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7a is picking up the pace. The Find 5 is still quite active - but focus is definitely shifting to the 7a. Check out http://www.oppoforums.com/#oppo-find-7.110



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  Reply # 1048719 20-May-2014 12:09
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Cheers for the link. Was quithe a good indication of developer activeness. Ifeel the N1 comes down in price I'll probably fold and hope for CM 12/13 support but if it is abandoned then I haven't dropped to much.

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  Reply # 1050597 21-May-2014 18:39
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[Url]bbs.myoppo.com/thread-3119713-1-1.html[/URL]

Bad news on the N1

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