Title: Oppo F17 Pro was voted the most elegant phone of 2020
description: Who will buy and call from Oppo F17 Pro? The company announced the launch of Oppo F17 Pro India via the official Twitter channel. The company says it will be "the sleekest phone of 2020". We had the opportunity to see photos of this smartphone and it must be admitted that the equipment is impressive. The smartphone is expected to hit the telephony market as a better version of the Oppo F15, which was launched in January.
The phone will be a mid-range smartphone so its price will not overwhelm us. Many people will be able to afford it. Besides, nothing is confirmed about the features at the moment. As it will likely be the successor to the Oppo F15, we hope the features will be the same. We have to wait for more details but we think that the phone will be very similar to the Oppo F15. What was the Oppo F15 like? Recall, Oppo F15 is equipped with a 6.3-inch AMOLED FHD + display (1080 x 2400) along with a fingerprint reader on the display. The fingerprint reader is a great solution nowadays. Protection first and foremost. The phone includes a MediaTek Helio P70 processor combined with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
RAM memory at the level of 8 GB makes the phone work very quickly and efficiently. On the other hand, the internal memory is sufficient enough to store our photos, videos and other important documents. The smartphone runs on the Android 9 Pie ColorOS 6.1.7 system. It has a 4000 mAh battery with 20 W VOOC flash charging. Thanks to the fast charger, you do not have to wait for the phone to charge. The cameras in this phone are very, very good. They can take great photos in all conditions. The phone is available in Unicorn White and Lightning Black.
The release date will be announced soon. We think that the Oppo F17 Pro will be an even better phone than its predecessor. We hope that the manufacturer will not disappoint us.
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