OPPO Says Most Of Its Smartphone Working On Jio 5G, Rest Models To Be Ready Soon

OPPO Says Most Of Its Smartphone Working On Jio 5G, Rest Models To Be Ready Soon
Smartphone maker OPPO India said on Tuesday that most of its smartphones are now running on the Jio 5G network, with the rest to be ready soon. The company has announced that all of its smartphones to be launched in India in the future will support Jio's 5G services.

“The brand has begun rolling out software updates across its 5G-enabled product lines at various price points to support 5G Standalone (SA) networks. Software Updates Reno 8, Reno 8 Pro, Reno 7, F21 Pro 5G, F19 Pro+, K10 and A53s devices have already been updated for the SA network and now users can experience True 5G in cities where the network is available. More models for the SA Network will be launched soon," OPPO said in a statement.

5G services were launched by Airtel and Jio in October, but several 5G-enabled smartphones do not support their network.


Smartphone companies are gradually releasing software updates to support the two private operators' 5G services.

Jio has built a standalone 5G (SA) network that does not depend on the existing 4G network to provide high-speed services.

“Working with Reliance Jio, OPPO India has developed products that deliver high speed, high reliability and low latency for a fully immersive 5G experience. Also, every 5G device released by OPPO India will be connected to the SA network from now on. She said:

Jio is piloting 5G services in eight cities: Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Varanasi, Nattwara, Bangalore and Hyderabad.

The company says it's offering download speeds of 500Mbps to 1Gbps on its "TRUE 5G" network.

“OPPO India's continued efforts to develop the 5G ecosystem in India will enable our users to experience true 5G. We are grateful to Gio for his contribution in supporting us.

“So, through this development, users living in every city with a 5G network will be able to enjoy this experience. We are constantly pushing the boundaries of innovation to share experiences with our devices that make life easier and more comfortable. All of our upcoming 5G. The devices will be compatible with SA and NSA,” said Taslim Arif, Vice President and Head of R&D of OPPO India.

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