The Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo is all set to raise curtain from two of its new smartphones Oppo F9 and the Oppo F9 Pro for the Indian market. The latest smartphones from the company are packed with all the latest technology. Oppo had earlier said that the the Oppo F9 Pro will come with VOOC flash charging support. The company has also released a teaser which confirmed the colour and other specifications of the device. Latest Oppo F9 Pro teasers hint at three colour options - Sunrise Red, Twilight Blue, and Starry Purple. The teaser also shows the phone from all angles. It revealed that the smartphone will come with horizontally stacked dual camera setup and a fingerprint sensor at the back.
In an official statement, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer said that the F9 Pro supports the company’s proprietary VOOC Flash Charge tech. The technology applies a low voltage fast charging mechanism to deliver quick charging. With its standardised configuration 5V/4A, it can achieve a charging speed four-times faster than conventional 5V/1A charging technology. VOOC also ensures a safe charging process. It is claimed to have five layers of protection from the charging adapter to smartphone, including low temperature and voltage.
The Oppo F9 Pro is expected to sport a 6.3-inch full-HD+ display. The smartphone is packed with 64GB of internal storage and runs on Color OS 5.2 UI based on Android Oreo operating system. The gadget will be powered by the 2.0GHz MediaTek Helio P60 octa-core processor paired with 4GB RAM. Oppo F9 Pro will be the first device featuring the Corning Gorilla Glass 6. In terms of optics, the Oppo F9 to sport a dual camera setup with one 16-megapixel sensor and another 2-megapixel sensor with f/1.85 aperture at the back. There is a 25-megapixel front camera with f/2.0 aperture and AI-based features. The device is expected to house a 3500mAh battery.
Earlier, OPPO‘s soon-to-be-released R17 and R17 Pro smartphones have been doing rounds on the internet. Recently, the smartphones were spotted on the certification’s site TENAA, which further revealed that one of the devices would feature an in-display fingerprint sensor.