OPPO to unveil a new global charging initiative, 5G achievements and wireless charging innovations.
OPPO, a leading smart device company, today hinted at the innovations it will reveal at Mobile World Congress, Shanghai (MWCS) 2021. From February 23 to 25 OPPO will demonstrate the results of new testing in the 5G space, alongside its partners, as well as futuristic developments in charging technology, smartphone concepts and the Internet of Things (IoT).
OPPO will demonstrate new wireless charging technology, using its groundbreaking OPPO X 2021 rollable concept smartphone, as well as the latest developments in its VOOC flash charging. But perhaps most exciting will be its unveiling of a global initiative that aims to bring easy, rapid device charging to every area of daily life.
OPPO has led the flash charging space since first releasing its VOOC technology in 2014. MWCS offers the chance to demonstrate the innovations and partnerships that will expand its ecosystem into the future, reaching more people through more devices than ever before.
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After numerous successful trials in 2020, visitors will be able to see a live demonstration of OPPO’s 5G mmWave speed testing at the China Unicom booth. 5G mmWave will underpin the next generation of 5G applications and already features in OPPO’s 5G CPE, which will be showcased at MWCS.
OPPO’s 5G CPE converts 5G signals into stable, incredibly fast Wi-Fi connections. By working with Ericsson, developing two proprietary antenna solutions, the 5G CPE makes high-speed connectivity a reality for future smart homes. Visitors to the OPPO booth can learn more first hand.
- 5G Services are not currently commercially available in Pakistan
- OPPO does not claim to be a service provider/operator for 5G Service
William Liu, OPPO, President of Global Marketing, said: “The sky is the limit for OPPO. At Mobile World Congress 2021 in Shanghai, we’ll showcase our next generation charging technology and reveal how OPPO is expanding its footprint from smartphones to multiple industry sectors.”