The Chinese company has posted three teasers without highlighting the smartphone's name. One of the two teaser posters on Oppo's India Facebook page (see above) only reveals an old rotary-dial phone with an incorrectly placed number '3', which is widely speculated to be a hint for the rumoured Oppo N3. The image post writes, "This was the phone. Time to turn things around in October. Stay tuned and keep guessing."
The new teaser poster was posted on Friday, and was captioned, "One more step designed for life" with CEO Tony Chen's message further below, "At Oppo we've always respected boldness, beauty, ingenuity and the challenges of our rivals. We have faith in technology and innovation because they are the driving forces of our modern lives. Throughout the mobile phone to smartphone evolution we at Oppo have gone with the times, yet we have never changed in our core pursuit of beauty and originally. Soon we will see the release of our newest product. We sincerely hope that our product accomplishes our desire to improve lifestyles, and to provide many more pleasant surprises to our users."All the teasers do not reveal anything about the name or any specifications for the upcoming device. The only speculated inclusions are a Quad-HD (1440x2560 pixels) display as seen on the Oppo Find 7 (Review | Pictures)and a signature swivel camera as seen on the Oppo N1 and Oppo N1 Mini.