All Realme 5G phones will support SA 5G fast network in October


Realme has announced that the entire lineup of its 5G smartphones will support the Standalone 5G network in India by October. It said 85 percent of its smartphones already support SA, the super-fast 5G network that doesn’t latch onto 4G infrastructure to boost speeds. Instead, it uses a special spectrum to deliver 5G speeds. In India, SA 5G is likely to be available over the 700MHz spectrum, rights of which are only with Reliance Jio. Also read – 5G is coming to India. That’s how you prepare for it.

Speaking at India Mobile Congress, Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth said the company’s entire 5G range is compatible with the spectrum allocated to the telecom providers. The company also announced that it is partnering with Indian telecom companies Jio, Airtel and Vi, as well as chip makers Qualcomm and MediaTek “to democratize 5G in India”. Realme was the first brand to announce it was working on a 5G phone for less than Rs 10,000 but no additional details were shared after that.

Sheth made the announcement right after Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched 5G in India in the presence of Mukesh Ambani of RIndustriesustries, Sunil Bharti Mittal of Bharti Airtel and KM Birla of Aditya Birla Group. While Jio announced that the 5G rollout will begin in October, Airtel said its 5G network is now live in eight cities, including Delhi, Varanasi, Bengaluru and Kolkata.

5G software

Realme has already started rolling out a new software update for its 5G phones that support Jio 5G. This means that users in the locations that now have 5G coverage will be able to experience 5G as soon as they update their phones to the latest software. Sheth also tweeted a screenshot of a Realme phone to show 5G network support.

“As the first brand to launch a 5G-enabled phone, we believe that 5G has the potential to bring the entire ecosystem together. That’s why realme has devoted 90% of its research and development efforts to 5G technologies and devices. Now that 5G is officially available, we look forward to exploring the numerous possibilities it offers us and will focus our efforts to make this technology even more accessible to users,” said Madhav Sheth, CEO Realme India, VP, Realme and President . , Realme International Business Group.

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