Development of the 5G technology has been happening at this kind of a rapid pace that a handful of countries, this kind of like South Korea and China have already started commercial operations of this next-generation telecom network.
With this, many phone manufacturers have announced their goals to launch a 5G compatible phone later this year. A several of them, which include Samsung, Xiaomi, and Huawei among others have already unveiled their first 5G smartphone.
Other phone manufacturers, which has the likes of Vivo, Oppo, Lenovo, and others have reported that they will be launching their own 5G cameraphone in the coming months. Presently, China-based Meizu has announced that it will be launching its 5G gadget in the first half of 2020.
In a poster announcing this development, the company moreover unveiled that it became a member of the three delivering telecom operators in China — China Mobile, China Telecom, and China Unicom.
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The company became a member of China Mobile’s 5G Terminal Pioneer Program in June last year and China Telecom’s 5G Research and Development Alliance in September last year. Last month, it became a part of China Unicom’s 5G Joint Innovation Laboratory.
A couple of days back, Meizu founder and CEO Huang Zhang said in the company’s forum that the 5G device from the company will be released up coming year, at a time after the market is mature sufficient to accept and adopt the 5G tech. He thinks that it’s not a wise move to be an soon adopter of the 5G technology, extremly at a time after Lte consumption is shooting up.
Even though the manufacturer has now confirmed that the 5G phone from Meizu will be released in the first half of next year, there’s no information in the world regarding this up coming smartphone. However, we’ll come to have idea far more about this smartphone as the launch nears.