Oppo F17 Pro was launched on 2nd September, 2020 and has been on sale since 7th September. The phone is one of the lighter and slim phone options available in the market. Over here, we look into the Oppo F17 Pro’s features and specifications to help the potential new buyers make a conscious purchase decision of the F17 Pro.
The F17 Pro comes with 8 GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage. It weighs 164 grams and is 7.5 mm slim, making it one of the slimmest phones.
Does Oppo F17 Pro have 5G?
No, Oppo F17 Pro does not support 5G. It works on 4G network and has support for WCDMA, LTE and GSM networks. The bands supported by the Oppo F17 Pro are mentioned below:
TD-LTE: Bands 38/40/41
FDD-LTE: Bands 1/3/5/8
WCDMA: Bands 1/5/8
Does Oppo F17 Pro have wireless charging?
Oppo F17 Pro does not have wireless charging. It comes with a fixed charger that charges the battery at 30W. Battery capacity is 4115 mAH. The wired charger achieves 50% charging within 30 minutes and full charge at a little less than one hour.
There may be third party wireless chargers that may be able to fast charge the Oppo F17 Pro. You will, however, need to check the manufacturer to see if the wireless charger will work with F17 Pro.
Does Oppo F17 Pro have call recording?
Oppo F17 Pro does not have automatic call recording functionality. Only Samsung and Vivo phones have automatic in-built call recording. The reason Oppo F17 Pro does not have in-built call recording feature is that it uses Google’s dialer. Google blocks automatic call recording feature.
However, you may be able to work around this limitation by using a third party call recording app such as the Cube ACR, Call Recorder ACR or Lucky Call Recording App. These third party apps will assist in recording calls on the phone.
Does Oppo F17 Pro have 3.5 mm audio port?
Yes, Oppo F17 Pro has a 3.5 mm audio port to plug-in the headset. The phone ships with a headset as well.
Does Oppo F17 Pro have SD card?
Yes, Oppo F17 Pro has a dedicated slot for adding a memory card or SD card. F17 Pro has an in-built storage of 128 GB. This storage is expandable to 256 GB by adding a memory card in the SD card slot.
Does Oppo F17 Pro have AMOLED display?
Yes, Oppo F17 Pro have a Super AMOLED display, with a screen refresh frequency of 60 Hz. Capacitive touchscreen technology is applied on the screen. Screen size is 6.44 inch with a resolution of 1080×2400 pixels. Screen brightness is 430 nits, and Corning Gorilla Glass 3+ is in place for the screen protection against accidental damage.
Is Oppo F17 Pro Made in India?
There is no mention of country of origin of F17 Pro. Therefore, it is not easy to conclude if the phone is made in India. For the purpose of discussion, we will consider that the Oppo F17 Pro is not made in India. It may be assembled in India.
Is Oppo F17 Pro water-proof?
In the absence of any IP rating for water resistance or splash resistance, it is safe to presume that the Oppo F17 Pro is not water-proof or splash-proof. It would be wiser to keep the phone safe, should you decide to spend time on the pool side.
Are there any issues with Oppo F17 Pro?
Yes, many users have complained of hanging issue on the Oppo F17 Pro. Some people have also complained about heating issue on the F17 Pro.
Does Oppo F17 Pro have a screen protector?
Yes, Oppo F17 Pro ships with a screen protector. The screen protector is of good quality. The phone also comes with a protector case for protection of the body of the F17 Pro.
Does Oppo F17 Pro have reverse charging?
No, the Oppo F17 Pro does not have reverse charging.
What version of operating system does Oppo F17 Pro run?
Oppo F17 Pro runs on Android 10, Color OS.
Essentially, Oppo F17 Pro is a good phone. However, we will suggest taking a look at the Vivo V20 Pro, Mi 10i or even OnePlus Nord, if you can up the budget a little. OnePlus Nord is a good value phone, for the value offered in terms of features and world class specifications.
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