At the time of the smartphone’s OnePlus 7 Pro announcement, the developers mentioned that there would be a version of the model with 5G support. But the specific timing of its release at that time was not reported. Now the device has passed certification tests of the Chinese regulator 3C – and has become one step closer to the store shelf.
Alas! 3C does not provide specific details about the smartphone, only the power of fast charging is reported – up to 30 watts. However, it is known that the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G is based on the usual OnePlus 7 Pro, only the hardware platform is supplemented with a 5G Qualcomm X50 modem. The battery capacity of the device is 4000 mAh, the expected amounts of RAM and built-in flash memory are 8 GB and 256 GB, respectively.
At present, there are three mobile phones in the One Plus 7 series, OnePlus 7, OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7 Pro 5G. The first two models have been on the market worldwide, and this site has also detailed the unpacking and evaluation reports on the OnePlus 7 Pro.
However, the 5G version of the Plus 7 Pro is currently limited to the European market and is being launched in the UK in cooperation with the telecom operator EE. However, today’s Xiaobian query CCC certificate website found that the model 1 “GM1925” plus 7 Pro 5G has passed the 3C certification, as long as the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology obtained the network access license it can be listed and sold in the Chinese market.
In February of this year, Yijia Mobile announced on its official Weibo that OnePlus China Unicom officially reached a 5G strategic cooperation. As a strategic partner, OnePlus will fully participate in the exploration and development of domestic 5G.