OnePlus 7 might be a 5G phone released on U.S. carriers

Isaac Cain
July 1, 2018

However, 5G is likely to be a major technological change in the next 3-4 years, and mobile phone manufacturers will start rolling out devices with support for the standards in the same timeframe. Lau did not confirm the name of the handset, but it will naturally follow the numbering sequence and there's no reason to skip the number seven since it is considered a good number for relationships as per Chinese numerology. Americans are unusual in that most smartphone sales come through the networks compared to other sales channels, and so far OnePlus has been ignored by them all across the Atlantic. OnePlus CEO and founder Pete Lau confirmed at the Mobile World Congress Shanghai today that the company is developing a 5G smartphone for 2019.

Lau also revealed to PC Mag that the company is working with Qualcomm to develop one of the first 5G-enabled phones and plans to launch it in the U.S. in 2019, the same year 5G services are switched on. He also stressed that the function of 5G will be equipped with a device, despite her stay in the testing stage.

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But overall 5G isn't likely to be one of the big selling points of the OnePlus 7, or even the OnePlus 7T if that doesn't pan out. It could also help the company cement its position in the States as more people can get hold of the smartphone at a lower price than usual. The firm plancherait after the man on a compatible smartphone, which will be presented next year. Of course, it remains to be seen if this is indeed the 5G phone that Pete Lau was talking about. In the YouTube video posted by Science and Knowledge website, shows the rumoured "OnePlus 6T" ditching the notch and going completely bezel-less. The organization additionally propelled the 8GB RAM and 256GB stockpiling variant at Rs 43,999 as of late.

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