Throughout the world, there are currently around 100 million users who are enjoying the premium design and features offered by OPPO’s R-Series smartphones since its launch back in 2013.
In time, these products have received such popularity – The OPPO R9 for example, was one of 2016’s best-selling smartphones on a global scale, while the OPPO R9s counted for 3% of the company’s worldwide market share in Q1 of 2017, and dubbed as the best-selling Android smartphone in the world for 2017.
According to Counterpoint, a leading market research firm, the OPPO R11 is the world’s number one Android phone for 2017. The R17 on the other hand, is the first to feature a water drop notch, along with eye-catching colors. With night photography being one of the biggest challenges, the R17 series packs the hardware and software to achieve good quality night shots.
In the Philippines, the R17 Pro marked the completion of the brand’s portfolio, filling the gap between its F series, and the Find X, its current flagship. Boasting a powerful processor, large storage, triple cameras, and SuperVOOC Flash Charge Technology, it reinvigorates the R-Series, and establishes its foothold as the brand’s upper mid-range offering.
“The R Series plays a vital role in the worldwide success of OPPO. The R17 Pro is a result of our full understanding of what our dynamic consumers look for in a smartphone. It reinforces our commitment to strengthen and diversify the premium smartphone industry, making it a great addition to the well-loved R Series.”
– OPPO Philippines’ VP of Marketing Jane Wan said
The OPPO R17 Pro retails for PhP38,990, and will be available in selected OPPO stores nationwide, via Home Credit’s 15 to 18 month installment plans at 0% interest, and through BDO credit card via 24-month installment at 0% interest (also comes with a FREE Bluetooth Headset). Pre-order period is from November 8 to 23, 2018.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.