Recently unveiled Oppo A17 made its debut today in India. It is available in Midnight Black and Sunlight Orange, and costs INR12,499 ($152/€154) for a single 4GB/64GB configuration. The official Indian website of Oppo as well as other online and offline retail outlets already sell it.
The Oppo A77s was unveiled yesterday and is available in two colors—Starry Black and Sunset Orange—and a single 8GB/128GB configuration. It will be available for purchase in India starting on October 7 through reputable online and offline retail channels for INR17,999 ($219/€222).
The Oppo A17 is powered by the Helio G35 SoC and comes pre-installed with ColorOS 12.1.1, an Android 12-based operating system. The device has a microUSB-charged 5,000 mAh battery and a 6.56″ HD+ LCD. The A17 has a side-mounted fingerprint reader and three cameras, including a 5MP selfie camera inside the notch, a 50MP main camera on the back, and a 2MP depth camera.
Contrarily, the Oppo A77s is equipped with a 6.56″ 90Hz HD+ LCD and is driven by the Snapdragon 680 SoC. It is powered by a 5,000 mAh battery that can be charged at up to 33W through a USB-C port and runs ColorOS 12.1, which is based on Android 12.
On the back of the Oppo A77s, there is a 50MP primary camera and a 2MP depth sensor. An 8MP front camera is provided for taking selfies and making video calls. Additionally, the smartphone has a side-mounted fingerprint reader and dual ultra-linear stereo speakers with Dirac audio optimization built in.
The Oppo A17 and Oppo A77s are both water-resistant to IPX4 standards. The rear panel of the orange A77s, however, sports a Fibreglass-Leather design that we’ve previously seen on a few Oppo smartphones, including the F21 Pro 4G, whereas the orange color version of the A17’s back panel has a leather design achieved through a composite processing technique for a premium feel.