OnePlus Showcases 5G Technology with Qualcomm, Ericsson at IMC

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OnePlus has collaborated with Qualcomm Technologies and Ericsson to showcase the power of the much anticipated 5G technology at India Mobile Congress (IMC). Till Wednesday, 16 October 2019, OnePlus will be showcasing the unique developments achieved in the 5G technology segment through its OnePlus 7 Pro powered by the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus Mobile Platform at Qualcomm Technologies’ booth in IMC. Snapdragon 855 Plus is built for speed and enhanced performance while delivering superior 5G connectivity. It comes with features, including Qualcomm Snapdragon X50 5G Modem-RF System, Qualcomm Snapdragon Elite Gaming and the on-device Qualcomm AI Engine for a powerful gaming experience, especially when gaming in 5G.

This collaboration is further strengthened through Ericsson’s 5G infrastructure network enabling OnePlus to present the abilities of this upcoming technology by offering real-time tech demonstration through cloud gaming features.

Addressing OnePlus’s contribution to 5G tech segment at IMC, Vikas Agarwal, General Manager, OnePlus India, shared, “Being a global technology brand, it is of paramount significance that our users have access to the latest and best of innovative technology. Therefore, 5G is of strategic importance to us. We are happy to be partnering with leading tech entities such as Qualcomm Technologies and Ericsson in this initiative while showcasing our recent 5G enabled OnePlus 7 Pro to our fans at the India Mobile Congress. It is a manifestation of the research efforts we initiated in 2016 as one of the first tech companies to equip our users with this technology.”

In addition, OnePlus has also partnered with Hatch as the cloud gaming service provider to showcase the true power of 5G technology by using Hatch’s smartphone-based games streaming platform. IMC visitors can stream graphic-intensive games over cloud on the Snapdragon-powered OnePlus 7 Pro 5G smartphones using Hatch’s cloud gaming app. These games can be directly streamed via the effective 5G network offered by Ericsson, wherein users can easily access them through the cloud server, without undergoing any hassle towards downloading these apps.

Addressing the cloud gaming platform, Vesa Jutila, Chief Commercial Office at Hatch commented, “Cloud gaming is emerging as the lead consumer-facing use case for 5G, which allows premium-quality games to be shared and played together instantly over mobile networks in real-time. We’re happy to work with our friends at OnePlus and other companies to demonstrate the consumer benefits of the whole 5G ecosystem, from network to handset to application.”

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