This article was published on December 20, 2013

The CyanogenMod Oppo N1 smartphone gets Google’s approval, will ship on December 24


The CyanogenMod Oppo N1 smartphone gets Google’s approval, will ship on December 24
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Kaylene Hong was Asia Reporter for The Next Web between 2013 and 2014, based in Singapore. She is bilingual in English and Mandarin. Stay in Kaylene Hong was Asia Reporter for The Next Web between 2013 and 2014, based in Singapore. She is bilingual in English and Mandarin. Stay in touch via Twitter or Google+.

The first device running CyanogenMod out of the box, the popular and custom Android firmware developed by Cyanogen Inc, has been approved by Google and will go on sale December 24, CyanogenMod developer Koushik Dutta announced in a Google+ update today.

The Oppo N1 CyanogenMod 10.2 has officially passed Google’s compatibility test — or what is known as the CTS and CDD certification programs, CyanogenMod head moderator and community staff Abhisek Devkota says in a Google Groups update, as spotted first by Engadget.

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Oppo’s N1 smartphone became the first to have a version with the CyanogenMod firmware pre-installed on it. The standard N1 model runs Color OS out of the box, Oppo’s latest take on Android version 4.2.2, and users had to set up CyanogenMod via another process.

Read: Oppo N1 review: The giant CyanogenMod smartphone delivers with an impressive 13MP rotating camera

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