OnePlus 5G smartphone tipped to be launched in Q2 2019

    OnePlus 5G smartphone all set to launch by June this year and the company is going to showcase the prototype at MWC 2019.

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    Popular premium smartphone maker OnePlus has announced that its upcoming 5G smartphone will be first sold in Finland in the second quarter of 2019. The company has also joined hands with Elisa which is Finland's top mobile service provider. According to the company, Elisa will be the first-ever operator in the world to launch the 5G network commercially.

    OnePlus 5G smartphone tipped to be launched in Q2 2019

     

    The company claimed that Elisa is the first ever network provider which is going to work with OnePlus. OnePlus co-founder, Carl Pei also talked about the upcoming 5G device during MWC in June 2018. 

    Later he confirmed its strategy at the Qualcomm 4G/5G summit in October. During the last few months, it has been cleared that the company will launch a standalone 5G enabled models and that will not be OnePlus 7. The company also hinted that the 5G phone will be $200 to $300 higher than its current models.

    OnlePlus has also confirmed that it will demonstrate the prototype of the 5G device in partnership with Qualcomm at MWC 2019 which is going to held in Barcelona next week. The company has also indicated that gaming is going to be the key demonstration of the upcoming smartphone.

    Moreover, it has been also reported that the chipmaker Qualcomm is also planning to showcase its own 5G modems and cellular equipment at the upcoming event with a live 5G network. So let's see what else we are going to witness next week at MWC 2019.

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