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To strengthen the connectivity of Filipinos, OPPO partners with Smart Communications Inc. to get more consumers to shift to LTE, and soon, advance to 5G connectivity for stronger and better communications experience that is parallel with countries that are more technologically advanced. “This partnership promotion is an integral effort forged by OPPO Philippines and Smart that aim to strengthen the ties of the two conglomerates in mobile and telecommunications industry by providing better communications and smartphone experience to its consumers.” – Zen Han, Vice President of Channel Sales of OPPO Philippines The two companies have had spearheaded marketing and sales efforts to further reach more audience by harnessing the strong LTE connectivity of Smart and OPPO’s top quality smartphones. In the last quarter of 2018, OPPO gained a staggering 24% of the total market share, and is positive to cut an even bigger number with the partnership. “Apart from our…

OPPO and Ericsson recently signed a multi-year global patent license agreement between the two companies, which cover patent licensing and also collaborative efforts on a number of projects. OPPO’s Head of Intellectual Property Department, Adler Feng stated that the agreement will also lay a solid foundation for further cooperation between the two companies in the 5G era. “OPPO has always placed intellectual property rights as our top priority. We look forward to working with Ericsson to drive cutting-edge innovation in products and services.” – Adler Feng, OPPO’s Head of Intellectual Property Department “This important deal confirms the value of our patent portfolio, and the stability of our entire licensing program. Ericsson has signed more than 100 patent license agreements to date, and we are delighted to sign a mutually beneficial agreement with OPPO, a global leader in the smart device field.” – Gustav Brismark, Chief Intellectual Property Officer at Ericsson OPPO has dramatically increased its…

In its first global innovation event in Barcelona, Spain, OPPO shared some exciting announcements regarding its advancements in 5G, and also debuted its 10x lossless zoom technology. 5G is the future of the smartphone industry, opening countless possibilities in creativity, imagination and closer connectivity. In line with this, OPPO has announced its first 5G smartphone along with the OPPO 5G landing project, an initiative to promote the implementation of 5G products and service, alongside carrier partners such as Swisscom, Telstra, Optus and more in-depth collaboration with potential partners like Singtel. The company has been preparing and anticipating for the arrival of 5G since 2015, and has invested heavily in both technology and design to pursue the production of a desirable phone with no compromises to functionality while accommodating features and benefits of 5G. The anticipated arrival of its first 5G smartphone aims to revolutionize customers lives with 4K, 8K, video download,…

It seems like the 5G era is inching closer and closer to more consumers, as Huawei has finally launched its first ever 5G chipset, the Balong 5000, along with the first commercial 5G device, the Huawei 5G CPE Pro. Together, these two products can deliver the world’s fastest connections to smartphones, the home, the office, and on the go. Apart from smartphones, the Balong 5000 supports a broad range of 5G devices, including Home Broadband devices, vehicle-mounted devices, and 5G modules. It supports 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G on a single chip, and effectively reduces power consumption during data exchange between different modes. The Balong 5000 is also the first chipset to perform to industry benchmarks for peak 5G speeds. At Sub-6 GHz, it can achieve download speeds of up to 4.6Gbps, and up to 6.5Gbps on the mmWave spectrum, that’s 10 times faster than top 4G LTE speeds in…

Vivo has announced its plans to spearhead the development of pre-commercial 5G devices by introducing ground-breaking 5G software and hardware based on the Vivo NEX series. The company has already completed the initial development of 5G smartphone software and hardware. Running on the X50 modem from Qualcomm, Vivo has already finished initial architecture planning, 3D placement stacking, RF /antenna designs and optimized battery space within NEX to deliver 5G capabilities. In fact, the 5G version of the NEX has already passed the first phase of protocol and signaling tests with Keysight UXM 5G Signaling. The next step would be IODT tests with 5G infrastructure and networking equipment. The company is pushing to launch its first batch of commercial 5G smartphones by 2019. The 5G version of the NEX supports the non-standalone architecture (NSA) model, which includes dual connection for both LTE and New Radio (NR) based on 3GPP Release 15 Standards.…

As the era of 5G draws near, companies are starting to invest more on figuring out how current and next gen mobile devices can take advantage of this technology. In fact, OPPO has been able to successfully access 5G signaling and data links using commercially available mobile devices. The connection was implemented using a device that’s based on the OPPO R15, and makes use of the Qualcomm Snapdragon X50 5G modem. This breakthrough was based on the 3GPP Release 15 NSA Standard, using the 10 MHz bandwidth in 4G LTE Band 5 and the 20MHz bandwidth in 5G NR n78, which is one of most widely used 5G NR frequency in the world, and is also considered as to be the most likely band or priority deployment worldwide. 5G is set to improve all networking aspects, including speed, stability, reliability, and latency, paving the way for a variety of new experiences…

At the recently held Qualcomm Technology Day in Beijing, OPPO CEO Tony Chen announced a partnership between the two brands for “The 5G Pioneer Initiative”, which is basically exploring the countless possibilities for bringing improvements in the mobile phone experience through comprehensive solutions. “The 5G mobile network is going to change the global mobile industry structure, and mobile phones will become the major terminal for the Internet of Things. OPPO has been focusing on technology innovation in the past which has laid great foundations for 5G related R&D. In the future, OPPO will continue to invest in groundbreaking technologies such as 5G and Artificial Intelligence, and apply these to product scenarios based on the core needs of users. In 2018, OPPO will speed up entry into global markets, and specifically enter more developed countries like Japan, to provide smartphones featuring advanced technologies and artistic design to more users in the…

Through a demo which was conducted at the Nokia Manila Technology Center in Quezon City, Nokia and Smart have just made another mark in history as for the first time in PH, they were able to achieve 5G speeds of 2.5Gbps over a live network with a latency of just 1 millisecond! 5G opens up a lot of opportunities such as remote surgery, industrial production using real-time responsive robots, vr, and autonomous driving. Powered by the Nokia OZO Virtual Reality Camera, the demo focused on broadcasting immersive 3D 360 VR content. The demo also made use of the Nokia AirFrame Data Center platform for the low latency requirements. We are excited to work with Nokia in conducting cutting-edge research and development for 5G. This is a key part of our efforts to transform the PLDT and Smart network into the country’s most future-ready data infrastructure delivering a wide range of…