Oppo takes advantage of the maretta between the UK and Huawei: 5G will be his in the country

La collaboration between Oppo and Vodafone it is not new. Remember a few months ago when the Chinese giant had started a collaboration with the telephone operator to get to Europe? That was one of the first steps of the technology giant. The second is to collaborate, always with the same operator and with Ericsson, but in another country or Great Britain. This partnership happens bean, given the latest problems between Huawei and the country's government. We recall that (also) for the Hong Kong issue their ways have separated.

Oppo, Vodafone and Ericsson collaborate to bring 5G technology to Great Britain: a turning point for the country after the "quarrel" with Huawei

This is not the place to talk about political and historical issues that have linked China and England since the 1800s. Unfortunately, however, also because of some skirmishes born precisely because of this long relationship of "cooperation" between the two countries, the agreement that predicted Huawei as the main promoter of 5G technology in Britain has jumped

. With a straight leg, however, she entered Oppo, the industry leader that is pushing hard on next generation connectivity.

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Oppo has in fact confirmed this morning that together with Vodafone and Ericsson it intends to complete the first one 5G SA network in the United Kingdom and provide the service to most users. This new network was shaped at theCoventry University in the UK using 5G smartphones. In particular those with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 and MediaTek Dimensity 1000 SoC: clearly we refer to Find the X2 Pro e Reno 3. The main novelty is not only that relating to the expansion of the 5G network in the country, but also that which will allow school facilities to use this network.

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