Cyanogen has grand visions for its customized version of Android. The company has raised $7 million in hopes that its popular CyanogenMod will eventually vault past Windows Phone and BlackBerry to become the third most-popular mobile OS. But to accomplish that ambitious goal, Cyanogen can't go it alone; it will need one or more hardware partners along for the ride. A new video featuring founder Steve Kondik offers strong evidence that Oppo could be among those manufacturers. Kondik says he's "looking forward" to attending an Oppo event in Beijing on September 23rd. "We have exciting news ahead," he teases.
Interesting read... Here's a pic for that N1(?).