In an interview with BGR India during MWC 2019, Rajen Vagadia, President of Qualcomm India, said India will get 5G smartphones in third quarter, several quarters before the arrival of 5G network. "And we are determined to bring the best of technology to India as early as possible", Sheth tweeted late on Thursday.
Realme isn't stopping here though, as the company has announced on Twitter that it'll be launching a 5G smartphone later this year. The confirmation from Sheth comes after a meeting with Sky Li, the former VP of Oppo who founded Realme as a separate smartphone brand. Realme is all set to become first handset makers to launch 5G products.
Mobile network operators are beginning to switch on the next-gen cellular connectivity in select parts of the World, and the latter part of 2019 will for sure witness more operators in more countries and cities joining embracing the super-fast 5G network.
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While rumours were there that it will bring in the 5G device next year, but it's now been cleared. And with Realme aping Xiaomi's bang for your buck strategy in Europe and India, don't be surprised to see a similar or even cheaper price for its first 5G device. Realme CEO Madhav Sheth revealed on Twitter that the company would start offering 5G devices as soon as this year.
It looks like the Madhav has already tested the 5G smartphone, and the device he is holding an upcoming Realme smartphone, which is most likely to support 5G. He also reiterated that the company is determined to bring the best of technology to India at the earliest. It looks like Realme could be the first smartphone brand to launch an affordable 5G smartphone.