[Breaking] Oppo F19 Pro+ 5G, F19 Pro India Launch Soon, Here’s the First Look

Let’s take a closer look at the design and colour options of OPPO F19 Pro and OPPO F19 Pro+ smartphones.


OPPO is all set to launch its next-generation of OPPO F19 series in India soon. The company is reportedly gearing up to launch two smartphones in this series including OPPO F19 and OPPO F19 Pro, and OPPO F19 Pro+. Now, we have some exclusive information about the OPPO F19 Pro and OPPO F19 Pro+ smartphones. An OPPO Sales executive retailer who doesn’t want to reveal his name has shared the image that showcases the design of both phones. Furthermore, we exclusively got the information that the India launch of both smartphones will happen soon. Let’s take a closer look at the latest details of the OPPO F19 Pro and OPPO F19 Pro+.

OPPO F19 Pro+ 5G, OPPO F19 Pro Design, Colour Options Revealed for India

Our sources claim that F19 Pro+ 5G and F19 Pro will soon launch in India. Furthermore, the poster also reveals some key information about the two smartphones. To start with, it reveals that India will surely get the Silver colour option for both models. Furthermore, the F19 Pro+ will be a 5G smartphone as seen in the poster image.

Moving on, the F19 Pro will come with a square-shaped camera module at the back panel. The phone will offer a quad-camera setup along with LED flash and AI features. The OPPO F19 Pro+ 5G will also come with a quad-camera setup along with an LED flash. The right side of the devices come with a button that might be the power on/off button. Furthermore, there is no physical fingerprint sensor on the back or on the side. This means that both the phones will come with an in-display fingerprint sensor. The phones will come with the tagline ‘Flaunt Your Nights’.

This could mean that the company will focus more on the low-light camera performance for both smartphones. That said, there is not much information available about the upcoming smartphone from OPPO. What are your thoughts about the OPPO F19 Pro and 19 Pro+ 5G smartphones? Let us know in the comments section.