Oppo F17 and F17 Pro which made their debut in India in September are available in Sri Lanka as of the last week of October. The F17 series of the Oppo smartphone is unique in its design and the capability to handle the phone comfortably. When you first unbox the Oppo f17, you’ll see that it comes with a Handset, 30W wall charger, transparent silicon casing, USB Type C cable, headphones with 3.5 jack, the SIM ejector tool, and most importantly the user manual. The leather-like finish which is actually plastic is what gives a comfortable and firm grip on the phone.
The display of the newest version of OPPO is best suited for users who watch streaming content on Netflix. Even Though the catchy display and the sleek design may grab your attention, mind you that this smartphone is not well suited for heavy gaming users. As of the 26th of October 2020, Oppo F17 can be purchased at any mobile shop in Sri Lanka and Dialog and Daraz are authorized dealers at a price of 54,990 rupees.
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- 2400 x 1080 (FHD+) Resolution
- AMOLED Screen Panel
- Corning Gorilla Glass 3 Cover Glass
- 408 PPI Pixel Density
- 16 million colors (8-bit) Color Depth
- Quad Camera Setup
- 16MP Main Camera
- 8MP Fixed Focus Wide-angle Camera
- Two 2MP Mono Lens
- 16MP Selfie Camera
- In-Display Fingerprint
- Face Unlock
- WeChat Pay
- VOOC 1.0 – 4.0 Fast Charge
- Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 662G Processor
- 2GHz CPU Speed
- 8 CPU Cores
- Qualcomm® Adreno 610 @950MHz GPU
Final Thoughts Oppo F17 in Sri Lanka
Well, depending on your requirements, the answer to the question of whether the latest OPPO F17 is worth the given prize may change. If a magnificent and pleasing design is on your top priority list when selecting a smartphone, then this might be the go-to solution. However, if you are a gaming user, and very much interested in the camera abilities, there are better options in the industry.
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