The phone was initially available for purchase in China, but now it's preparing to go global. Or so we assume, going by today's video on the official YouTube channel that highlights some of the key features of the R17, including Google services.
The funky 30-second video looks like a TV ad since it focuses on the most prominent features like the gradient design, the tiny notch on the massive display and the fingerprint scanner beneath the OLED panel.
In China the Oppo R17 costs CNY3,199 ($468) with 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage, while the 8/128 GB option is currently CNY3,499 ($527). We are yet to see how those change as the phone hits other markets.
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