OPPO presented its RX17 Pro smartphone in the illustrated city of Milan, Italy, and was keen to discuss its possibilities.
The RX17 Pro is equipped with a 6.4-inch AMOLED panel displaying 1080p resolution content.
And the RX17 Pro has an affordable 91.5 percent relationship between layer and body, which means that frames have fallen radically.
Much of this is down to the tear-shaped chin on top that is extremely small.
A fingerprint reader is below the product display, which allows for an intuitive and easy method of availability.
A number of high-profile smartphones have moved their scanners under their panels this year, including OnePlus 6T and Huawei Mate 20 Pro.
Mostly, OPPO's new hardware is manufactured by Corning Gorilla Glass 6, which means it's going to be extremely durable.
RX17 Pro is a Snapdragon 710 chipset, which is accompanied by an Adreno 616 GPU and 6GB of RAM.
One of the most clear features of the RX17 Pro is its finish – the Radiant Mist variant sucks shades of both purple and blue depending on the way the light hits it.
Such a feature resembles Huawei's popular Twilight color, which made its first appearance on P20 Pro earlier this year.
But for those who want a more subdued look, the flagship also comes in a Emerald Green shade.
A triple camera system is located on the back of the RX17 Pro and should let the device take affordable photos.
A 12 megapixel main meter has a varying aperture, which makes it possible to switch between f / 1.5 and f / 2.4 depending on lighting conditions.
This system is extremely similar to that used on the Galaxy S9 and OPPO has insisted that the RX17 Pro is incredibly capable in low light.
A secondary 20-megapixel camera is also available in addition to a 3D stereo camera (TOF).
OPPO claims that the latter can scan objects and produce a 3D image of them.
A 3.700mAh battery is inside the RX17 Pro and the Chinese technology giant has claimed that it can be loaded from zero to 40 percent in just 10 minutes thanks to the new SuperVOOC Flash Charge technology.
OPPO RX17 Pro is launched in Italy, France, Spain and the Netherlands on November 16th.
It costs € 599.
No British release or pricing has yet been discussed by the Chinese tech giant.
But unlike the company's Find X flagship that debuted earlier this year, it is understood that OPPO plans to bring RX17 Pro to Britain.