Though the Oppo N1, due out on December 10, is pretty innovative and visually striking, the true heir to Find 5’s throne and the top spot on the OEM’s totem pole has long been rumored to come after the N1 and get branded as the Find 7.
The final and stable release of CyanogenMod 10.2.0 is now available for supported devices, as the last and final major build based on Android 4.3.
Oppo has made quite a few waves in the weeks leading up to the N1 formal intro, and now the buzz is back at heights, as the swiveling, camera-centric, CyanogenMod-running smartphone has a price tag and ETA attached to its name.
The Cyanogen team may be working on launching a mobile device that comes with the CyanogenMod ROM installed by default.
The Cyanogen team announced that CyanogenMod will be available in two versions in the future, and have also detailed a host of new features that will be making their way to the custom ROM for Android devices.
Folks using CyanogenMod 10.1 on their devices can now update to version 10.1.3 of the popular custom ROM, which has reached stable status and is rolling out for supported devices.
Instead of bringing to light yet another artificial spec buster unable to top the Android food chain for more than a few months, up-and-coming Chinese OEM Oppo has adopted a slightly different strategy for the N1, which is a road-opener in many ways, while in others… it’s fairly mediocre.
One of Apple’s marquee features, AirPlay Mirroring, will be available on Android phones running CyanogenMod.
The makers of the most popular custom ROM for Android, CyanogenMod, is aiming for something bigger after a $7 million investment from two VC firms.
The CyanogenMod team has unveiled a new camera app of their own called Focal, which forms part one of the Nemesis project, an attempt to improve on previously lacking features of the most popular custom ROM for Android.
Android 4.3 is just another Jelly Bean Google has tossed at us, and now it’s up to people like the folks involved in the CyanogenMod project to polish it and help move the new version onto handsets that would otherwise still be running on some other outdated desserts.
Looks like Sony Xperia Smartphones will get some special treatment as new builds of CyanogenMod 10.1 will bring new camera features to the high-end Xperia devices.