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Two OPPO phones are the first to support 5.5G networks

Two OPPO phones are the very first devices in the world to support 5.5G networks. China Mobile announced the commercial launch of 5G-Advanced aka 5.5G aka 5GA network. Following that, OPPO’s Chief Product Officer confirmed something interesting.

The OPPO Find X7 Ultra now has support for 5.5G networks, the vanilla model too

Pete Lau serves as OPPO’s CPO, in case you were wondering. He went to social media and shared an image of the OPPO Find X7 Ultra. The thing is, the device in the picture is running 5GA, as shown above, its signal strength.

OPPO Find X7 Ultra 5 5G

The vanilla OPPO Find X7 will be able to do the same thing, by the way. It is worth noting as the two phones do note use the same chip. The ‘Ultra’ model is equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, while the vanilla variant runs the MediaTek Dimensity 9300 processor.

The list of devices that will support 5.5G networks is expected to grow towards the end of the year. In fact, over 20 devices are expected to support it in a year’s time. That’s not a lot in a year, true, but it’s progress.

China Mobile plans to roll out 5.5G to cover over 300 cities by the end of 2024

China Mobile said that it plans to roll out the new network to cover over 300 cities by the end of 2024. The first 100 are aimed at the massive metropolitan areas of Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou, as expected.

With that being said, what’s so great about the 5G-Advanced networks? Well, it can be up to 300% faster, and hit speeds of up to 10Gbps down and 1Gbps up. That’s a marketing name for 3GPP Release 18, as GSM Arena reports.

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It will take some time for 5.5G to reach other countries, China is the first to get there, it seems. We don’t have any specifics for other regions at the moment.

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