Published: Wed, February 13, 2019
Industry | By Dora Warner

OnePlus to show off its 5G smartphone at MWC

OnePlus to show off its 5G smartphone at MWC

The OnePlus 5G handset is expected to debut sometime in May alongside the OnePlus 7. OnePlus has now invited the media to experience the company's prototype 5G smartphone at Qualcomm's booth at the event. The tech giant is working to release a 5G phone with the USA carrier Verizon in the first half of 2019, as well as two other 5G phones with AT&T.

OnePlus has confirmed its plans to showcase a 5G smartphone prototype at the annual Mobile World Congress trade show next week. The invite notes "5G gaming" which clearly hints at the OnePlus 5G phone.

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OnePlus has also stated that its 5G phone will launch in the first half of 2019.

While this might not be the finished OnePlus 7, it'll be showing us just what that phone will be capable of doing if it does end up launching with 5G. However, OnePlus' close partnership with Qualcomm means the Snapdragon 855 will be included on the inside along with the Snapdragon X50 modem which will grant 5G capabilities. Attendees will also be able to experience the capabilities of 5G gaming on a OnePlus 5G prototype.

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With major cellphone makers like Samsung, Apple, and Google lagging behind in the 5G-ready smartphone race, it seems OnePlus is planning to pick up the slack.

OnePlus recently announced its "Connect with the OnePlus Community over 5G" event at the mobile tech show.

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