5G phones can be bad news for many

General | Dec 10, 2018 | Master3395

OnePlus boss talks about a big price jump.

OnePlus is a mobile manufacturer that largely appeals to those who want premium at a nicer price. This probably changes when the company's first 5G phone is launched in the store shelves. The phone was revealed during yesterday's Qualcomm event, where the OnePlus boss took the liberty of telling a little about price changes when implementing 5G technology in future phones.

About two thousand kroner more expensive
Pete Lau is not particularly reluctant to tell The Verge that they work with existing 4G phones in parallel with a 5G phone. The price difference is estimated to be between 200 and 300 US dollars, although he makes reservations that there are many details in the image that may affect this estimate.

The OnePlus boss says that they want to be fast out with a 5G phone regardless of how they should praise this as customers demand the new technology. At the same time, he argues that the company's engineers and developers want to get the technology out on the market so they can start mapping the nuances that are in the picture and which are responsible for the development of the future smartphones.

Keywords: 5g, oneplus

Sources: The Verge

Author: Master3395


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