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Jio adds another two mobile brands for 5G trials

Reliance Jio is collaborating with two smartphone brands, Infinix and Oppo, for 5G tests on their respective 5G smartphones.

OPPO India conducted a 5G standalone and non-standalone network trial in collaboration with Jio on their new 5G smartphone. The trial was successfully concluded in a demo set-up.

The 5G connected Oppo device was able to achieve good throughput in Jio 5G test setup. The site infrastructure and network provider Jio carried out these tests by utilizing the allocated mid-band trial spectrum.

Infinix also collaborated with the telecom service provider to conduct 5G trails for their first 5G smartphone as a part of the virtual lab trial.

Commenting on the successful results, Tasleem Arif, Vice President, India R&D Head, OPPO India, said, “We are all set to have users experience the full range of 5G- capable devices and build an end-to-end 5G ecosystem. Technology such as 5G is altering how the world communicates today and tests like these will further consolidate our efforts in the industry & provide the best value proposition for our customers. As an innovative brand, we will continue to front 5G initiatives in India for the deployment of next-generation of connections for users” Speaking about Reno7, he added, “Staying true to our mission of elevating life through technology artistry, our finely engineered and 5G capable Reno7 series will deliver the best user experience as OPPO takes handheld device capabilities to a higher level.”

Anish Kapoor, CEO – Infinix India said, “Zero 5G will be our first 5G smartphone to be launched globally after successfully launching multiple 4G smartphones… With the Zero 5G, we aim to offer higher performance in terms of faster download speed and faster gaming experience.”

In November last year, the telecom operator partnered with Redmi and conducted 5G standalone lab trials.

CT Bureau

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