OPPO N1 to launch with the CyanogenMod Android Operating system
OPPO Mobile announced at a press event in Beijing a partnership with Cyanogen Inc. to collaborate and distribute an OPPO device based on the CyanogenMod Operating System. OPPO is embracing the community nature of this software platform – promoting user choice in their mobile devices, and are the first hardware manufacturers to create such a revolutionary agreement.
“With the groundbreaking OPPO N1, the large screen, rotating camera, rear touch panel, and incredible design come together to create a whole new smartphone experience.”
“OPPO is a mobile brand with an open attitude, and today I’m happy to announce that the OPPO N1 will launch with both Color and CyanogenMod. Providing users with more choice is a goal that both OPPO and Cyanogen share.” Tony Chen, CEO of OPPO
About CyanogenMod OS
The CyanogenMod OS is based on Android 4.3 and is constructed by Cyanogen Inc. and its community developers as an open operating system. CyanogenMod uses code and technology pioneered by Google’s Android Open Source Project (AOSP) to extend and enhance software and device functionality. CyanogenMod is a user focused OS, alleviating the concerns over device longevity and limitations of use. CyanogenMod allows users and developers alike to be free from incumbent proprietary models.
OPPO is an international technology brand committed to designing beautiful technology products with an open attitude. Seeking to fuse technology and affection in all products, OPPO has been restless in the pursuit of the latest technology, the highest hardware quality standards and to delivering the element of positive surprise. For more information, please visit http://en.oppo.com.
About Cyanogen Inc.
Cyanogen Inc. is founded by the lead developers of the CyanogenMod OS to promote and enable a user focused approach to the mobile ecosystem. Today, millions of users use CyanogenMod as the OS of choice for their mobile experience. For more information, please visit http://cyngn.com.