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Oppo N3 leaks in three colours ahead of 29 October launch

The Oppo N3 launches in just a couple of weeks, and now here are three more photos of it to feast on.

They surfaced on Chinese social networking site Weibo, and show the handset in three colours: white, pink and blue.

As before, you can see a rotating camera on the top that can be turned back on yourself for selfies. Seeing as it works as the main as well as the front-facing camera, we’re expecting a pretty high resolution. It could even trouble the HTC Desire EYE as the highest-specced selfie phone around.

We’re expecting big things. The Oppo N1 was an absolute beast, with a 5.9-inch 1080p screen, 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon 600 chip, and that 13-megapixel rotatable camera.

Previous leaked images show the top of the phone – which holds the rotatable camera – having a cylindrical design. But it looks like it sits flush to the phone in these shots.

Last month, Oppo punted out invites for the launch of the N3, which will take place on 29 October. It didn’t give much away, however, with the slogan “Designed for Life”. Which is about as generic as they come.

The launch is in Singapore, so we’ll have to wait and see when the handset reaches these shores.

HTC recently unveiled its Desire EYE which features a 13-megapixel front-facing camera, making it one of the most advanced selfie phones around. It also showed off its RE camera, which is shaped like a periscope.

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