OPPO’s First 5G Smartphone Gets 5G CE Certificate

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The Chinese handset maker OPPO ‘s first 5G smartphone has passed 5G CE tests conducted by Sporton International Inc, a global inspection services authority.

Kenya is currently, waiting for the 5G services to become available to consumers after the year 2020. Once the 5G technology is availed, it will be an exciting technology and communication breakthrough for the country and continent as the OPPO 5G product line will soon be introduced into the global market.

“An integral step towards the commercial launch of its 5G smartphone in Europe, OPPO’s CE certification verifies that the 5G device is compliant with EU requirements essential for entering European markets in areas such as wireless, electromagnetic compatibility, health and safety,” the company said in a statement.

Alen Wu, OPPO Global Vice President, Head of business overseas markets said, “This is another significant milestone in 5G development for OPPO. Through ongoing technological innovation, we have been preparing extensively for the realization of 5G smartphone commercialization. OPPO looks forward to continued cooperation with strong partners like Sporton that will enable consumers to get closer to 5G.”

Mr. Ivan Xie, Chief of Operation and Engineering, Sporton International, Inc. said, “We were pleased to see OPPO’s 5G smartphone perform exceptionally during the stringent tests. The results are a testament to OPPO’s technological capability and great news for users and industry alike. Drawing on our rich experience in wireless communication, Sporton will continue to collaborate with OPPO to usher in the future of 5G connectivity.”

An integral step towards the commercial launch of its 5G smartphone in Europe, OPPO’s CE certification verifies that the OPPO 5G device is compliant with EU requirements essential for entering European markets in areas such as wireless, electromagnetic compatibility, health and safety.

The phone maintains the advantages of the n78 band – such as more band combinations and wider bandwidth, which can be applied across a broader range of countries and regions.