China-based smartphone maker Oppo plans to launch six 5G-powered smartphones this year. Following its success in recent years, Oppo will launch the best performing devices with 5G support in its next generation phones in 2021. The China-based phone manufacturer is expected to announce many new phone features in 2021.
Oppo will produce more than six 5G supported phones in India
Oppo announced today that it will launch more than six 5G supported smartphones in India this year. With this statement, it is stated that Oppo aims to expand its IoT and 5G phone portfolio in the region.
According to the report in Business Insider, it is thought to come after the Chinese technology giant established the first 5G Innovation Lab in India.
The established lab supports Oppo’s overseas markets outside of China and the manufacturer’s plans to develop core 5G technologies and expand its global 5G presence.
Tasleem Arif, Vice President of Oppo and Head of Research and Development, expresses this announcement as follows;
“In 2021, we will continue this legacy of growth with much more innovative products and concepts to make our users’ lives even better. Developing our 5G and IoT product category will be one of our main focus areas for us. ”
Also, Tasleem Arif; “In line with this strategy, we have added Reno5 Pro 5G and EncoX True Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones for our Indian customers. Our Reno range has been the epitome of consumer centric innovation and one of the most loved smartphone devices. “All releases of Reno have been very well received around the world and have witnessed a growth of over 50 percent in India in the third quarter of 2020”.
As a result, Oppo continues to work hard on the growth of IoT devices and the production of smartphones with new 5G support.
What is 5G Technology?
The 5th generation mobile telecommunication service is a new generation wireless phone technology. It can also be tried to restructure the technological infrastructure in the cellular networks used by mobile phones with new rules. In addition, it provides approximately 10 times the data transmission rate of fourth generation technology. In this context, changes made in the way radio frequencies, processors and antennas are used and new additions to increase capacity can also be mentioned. It is envisaged to be completed and used by the International Telecommunication Union and the European Union by 2020.