Oppo introduced Oppo F9 Pro, a new smartphone which runs on Android and has some of the leading specifications reigning in the world of technology. But what sets the phone apart from the rest of the smartphones in the market is its very unique patented Notch. For those who are wondering what is so special about the notch, then they should clearly have a look at the unique Waterdrop screen design of the phone. The notch is designed in such a manner that it looks like it was naturally meant to be there.
In most of the Android phones trying to create a bezel-less screen, have already tried hard to include a notch on the screen which has not exactly turned out to be pretty. Though the new Oppo F9 Pro has a single raindrop designed notch which packs in the receiver, camera, and light sensor all of it together to create a seamless and clean design.
The price of the F9 Pro is not out yet, but the phone is set to launch in India on 21st August. The notch allows the phone to have a screen ratio of 19.5:9 which is 90.8% ratio. The camera of the phone is on the screen has been painted black with a front coating film to enhance the beauty of the screen. In terms of specifications, the F9 has a 6GB RAM packed with 64GB ROM. Moreover, to take a stand against the dash charging by OnePlus, Oppo has also introduced VOOC Flash Charge technology, which should not take more than 40 minutes to charge the F9.
The F9 has a 16-megapixel f/1.9 module with a 2-megapixel secondary sensor for the rear camera and a selfie camera with 25 megapixels at f/2.0. Oppo has included a headphone jack, a microSD slot, a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. Oppo is leaving no stones unturned to take the phone ahead and hence they have also used the Gorilla Glass 6, which is supposed to survive up to 15 drops from one meter.
The F9 is supposed to launch on 21st August in India. Besides India, the F9 will be launching in Southeast Asian markets including Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. Oppo F9 will also be coming to Middle Eastern / North African markets such as Egypt and Morocco.
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