The company has made it clear that the device that will be showcased during MWC 2019 will not be a finished product and those who show up at the company's booth will be able to try the prototype.
While this might not be the finished OnePlus 7, it'll be showing us just what that phone will be capable of doing if it does end up launching with 5G.
The onboard Qualcomm X50 5G modem on the upcoming smartphone would mean the gamers will experience fewer frame drops while playing graphics-intensive games such as PUBG Mobile and Fortnite. Also, being one of the first to market with a 5G phone is not about bragging rights, but about allowing it to learn and iterate for future products.
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Pete Lau, CEO and founder of OnePlus, said: The pursuit of speed has defined the OnePlus DNA since OnePlus was founded five years ago.
Aside from low selling prices compared to other brands such as Apple and Samsung, OnePlus smartphones are also known for their top-notch performance.
Since we are talking about OnePlus 7's highlight features, we need to note that the internet has been buzzing with rumors and speculations in anticipation for OnePlus 7 to be officially announced. It is also expected to be released in the United Kingdom in May of this year. OnePlus exec also confirmed that the company plans to introduce two flagships, so the OnePlus 7 will be announced as well, while the company's 5G flagship will be a separate phone entirely, so you don't have to worry about spending all too much on OnePlus' flagship this year.
The announcement of the 5G demonstration at MWC was posted by XDA Developers.