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OPPO F19 Pro, F19 Pro+ 5G Specs Tipped, Launch Date Still Unknown – Mobility Arena – Mobile, Cell Phone, Smartphone Reviews, Specs, News

The Oppo F19 Pro and F19 Pro+ 5G have been teased, with certain sources showing us a glimpse of what to expect in terms of specs and features. Both devices are expected to launch anytime soon and are seen as the successor to the Oppo F17 series which debuted last year.

The Oppo F19 series is expected to bring two devices in the Oppo F19 Pro and F19 Pro+ 5G, with no news yet about the vanilla Oppo F19. The F19 Pro+ 5G is expected to bring a 6.4” AMOLED display to the fore, with a MediaTek Dimensity 800U chipset taking charge of things under the hood. It could offer three rear cameras, with a 64MP primary sensor tipped to head the setup. It may be assisted by an 8MP ultra-wide sensor and a 2MP depth sensor.

OPPO F17 Pro, the predecessor to the Oppo F19 Pro cameras

When it comes to selfies, the Oppo F19 Pro+ 5G may bring a 32MP snapper. Finally, a 4,500mAh battery that supports 30W fast charging should power this smartphone.

The Oppo F19 Pro on the other hand will offer a different chipset, with the Helio P95 touted to come with this smartphone. Sources say this device may bring an extra rear camera, with a 48MP sensor heading the setup. Up front, a 16MP sensor is tipped to take charge of selfies and video calls. It may have a smaller battery than its counterpart, with a 4,310mAh battery expected with this smartphone.

While the price range of this series is still unknown, it is expected that they will cost a little bit more than the Oppo F17, with the F19 Pro+ 5G touted to cost more than its sibling. We hope the company will reveal a bit more about these devices going forward.



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