Oppo has unveiled the F17 and F17 Pro as the latest mid-range smartphones in its F-series as these two new phones are more equipped than most devices in the F-series.
Both devices get power from a 4000mAh battery with the updated VOOC 4.0, with a 30W that goes from 0 to 100% charge faster. On the F17 Pro, a 5-minute charge gets you 2 hours of YouTube playback. Or an hour of TikTok. Or 36 minutes of PUBG gaming. If you’re patient, VOOC 4.0 can fully charge the battery in 53 minutes.
The Oppo F17 device is likely to come with 6GB of RAM and 128 GB internal storage. Moreover, the inbuilt storage of the phone could be expanded up to 256GB using a microSD card. As for the F17 Pro, we are likely to see a MediaTek Helio P95 chipset whose GPU has been optimized for low-latency, lag-free rendering along with HDR imagery and sharp textures. The chipset is paired with 8GB of RAM and 128GB storage and runs Color OS 7.2 (which is based on Android 10).
Oppo F17 device is built on a 6.4” inches Super AMOLED display while the display on the Pro is a 6.43” Super AMOLED with 1080p+ resolution (20:9). It has a 60Hz refresh rate, which is nothing to write home about, but the phone is certified to play HD video from Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.
On the camera front, the Oppo F17 smartphone is likely to come with a quad-camera setup on the rear. There might be a 16 MP primary camera, an 8 MP ultrawide angle lens, a 2 MP macro lens, and a 2 MP depth shooter. Other features on the rear camera setup might include an LED flash, face detection, touch to focus, and digital zoom. On the front, the Oppo F17 might feature a 16 MP primary camera so that you can click some amazing selfies.
There’s much improvement to the Oppo F17 Pro in terms of its photography features. Like the F17, there’s a quad-camera setup at the back but comprises of a 48MP main camera (1/2” sensor, f/1.8 lens), an 8MP ultrawide cam (1/4”, f/2.2), plus two monochromatic 2MP sensors. As for selfies, there’s a 16MP sensor (1/3”), which is assisted by a 2MP depth sensor.