Dutch technology blog LetsGoDigital has just unveiled the opPO’s new trademark, suggesting that the company may launch several Reno series 5G high-end smartphones in 2020. To drive the 5G market, OPPO has been actively working with operators. Later this month, the company’s first 5G dual-mode smartphone, the Reno3 Pro, is coming. At the same time, OPPO has developed a 5G smart machine that supports dynamic spectrum sharing (DSS) and is expected to be available in early 2020.
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On 4 December 2019, OPPO submitted an interesting trademark application to the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) in Italy, “Smart 5G”, registered in category 9.
There is speculation that this may be the DSS-compatible 5G smartphone software being developed by the company and is expected to be pre-installed when the new machine is released. With this technology, operators can take advantage of existing 4G spectrum resources to deliver 5G services.
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Last week, OPPO announced that it had made the world’s first DSS data call with its own 5G phone. Also involved in the project are partners such as Ericsson, Qualcomm, Swiss Telecom and Telstra.
At the same time, the company still has several 5G smartphones in the process of being developed. The Reno3 Pro, for example, by the end of 2019, is the phone manufacturer’s first dual-mode 5G model.
According to yesterday’s press release, OPPO will also release new 5G products in early 2020, and the machine will adopt Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 865 mobile platform solution at the SnapDragon Summit,” which clearly supports DSS technology.
Rumours say the new opportunity is sold in the name of Reno4, but this has not been officially confirmed. In contrast, the Reno3 Pro uses Qualcomm’s mid-range SnapDragon 765G chipset scheme.