Oppo Announced its First 5G Smartphone with Snapdragon 855 SoC at MWC 2019

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Oppo has revealed their first 5G smartphone along with the first ever 10X Optical Zoom Lossless Camera Tech at the MWC 2019. Oppo is the first smartphone manufacturer to announce a 5G smartphone at MWC 2019. However, they didn’t unveil much about its specifications and availability. But they told that their new 5G smartphone will be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC.

At this event held in Barcelona, Oppo also revealed about its partnership telecommunication companies like Optus, Singtel, Swisscom, and Telstra for the Oppo’s 5G Landing projects to rolling out 5G products and services in the market. This smartphone was launched by Anyi Jiang, Oppo Vice President. Also, Cristiano Amon, Qualcomm’s President was called upon the stage in the launch of this smartphone.

Qualcomm’s Amon in a statement said, “Given their leadership in the 4G era, Oppo is well positioned to be a leader in the transition to 5G. We see tremendous opportunities to drive further innovation in the 5G era, and Qualcomm Technologies looks forward to working closely with Oppo to realise the true potential of 5G and support the launch of their first 5G smartphone powered by our flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Mobile Platform with the X50 5G modem, integrated RF transceiver and RF Front-End solutions.”

Apart from its Processor details, there aren’t any details revealed about the specifications of this 5G smartphone. However, we might expect its further details in the upcoming weeks. TechnoCodex will inform the details of this smartphone as soon as it reveals. So stay tuned!

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