According to Letsgodigital, T-Mobile and OPPO cooperated to use the OPPO Reno 5G smartphone to conduct 5G network test in The Hague, the Netherlands.
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As the source claims, T-Mobile has established the first 5G network connection in the Netherlands and tested it with the OPPO Reno 5G phone. At the T-Mobile 5G lab in The Hague headquarters, the test download speed was 850 Mbps and the upload speed exceeded 50 Mbps. This can simply mean The Hague will be the first Dutch city to completely turn to 5G.
OPPO Netherlands CEO Harrison Chen said that they are very happy to take this important step with T-Mobile. He added that they are proud of the success of the first 5G network test in the Netherlands. The development of OPPO Reno 5G aims to take connectivity to a new level. They look forward to working with their partners to further shape the development of the Dutch 5G era.
T-Mobile Netherlands’ CTIO Kim Larsen said that T-Mobile has been looking for the latest, fastest and most innovative equipment for its customers. OPPO is one of the world’s largest smartphone manufacturers and one of the leaders in 5G equipment. Through their 5G lab, both tested the different functions of 5G technology, and consumers can experience 5G technology now.
By the way, this is not the only case when the OPPO Reno 5G is used to test a 5G network. A few months ago, it was tested in Australia. The test was held at the Telstra headquarters in Sydney, and what’s more surprising, its speed exceeded 2Gbps, showing excellent 5G performance. So which country is the next for OPPO?