Oppo has delivered yet another slim and light smartphone, the F17 Pro. It measures 7.48mm in thickness and weighs just 164g, which makes it incredibly comfortable to use for long periods, be it gaming or texting. In the front, the Oppo F17 Pro has a 6.43-inch Super AMOLED display with a full-HD+ resolution and a maximum brightness of 800nits.
Performance was been pretty good in my experience. With daily usage, the Oppo F17 Pro felt snappy and responsive when loading apps or simply navigating through Android’s menu system. The Oppo F17 Pro uses the MediaTek Helio P95 SoC and comes in just one configuration, which is 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 128GB of UFS 2.1 storage. The 4,015mAh battery lasted for a day and half of medium to light usage, on average.
The Oppo F17 Pro has a total of six cameras, which Oppo is marketing as “AI portrait cameras”. In daylight, the primary Samsung GM1 sensor captures sharp and well-detailed 12-megapixel binned images. Low-light images were not bad but details were visibly weaker once I magnified them. Dark patches like the sky also had a bit of grain. You can shoot videos at up to 4K on the Oppo F17 Pro, but sadly, without stabilisation.