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5G has been launched, but in which mobile it will work, only 1 phone of this company is 5G supported.
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5G has been launched, but in which mobile it will work, only 1 phone of this company is 5G supported.


5G Supported Smartphones: As technology is increasing, the services provided to the people are also getting better. India’s leading telecom company Jio and Bharti Airtel have started 5G network service in some major cities of the country from October this year. Two things are most important to take advantage of 5G network. Firstly, 5G network should be available in your area and secondly, your phone should be 5G supported.

Telecommunication companies have said this many times that in 5G users will get to see 30 to 40 percent better speed, calling experience etc. as compared to 4G. If you are also going to switch from 4G to 5G, then know today how many such smartphones are there in India which support 5G network. One is such a company whose only one smartphone supports 5G.

world famous apple

Apple recently launched iOS 16.2 update for its iPhone, after which many of the company’s iPhones have started supporting 5G network. This includes the iPhone 12 series, the iPhone 13 series and the recently launched iPhone 14 series. Along with this, you can take advantage of 5G network in iPhone SE Gen third generation as well.

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Samsung

Samsung has launched many such smartphones which already come with 5G support software. This includes the Galaxy S21 series, Galaxy S22 series, Galaxy Z Fold 2, Z Fold 3, Z Fold 4, Z Flip 3, Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

google pixels

Users will be able to take advantage of 5G network in Google Pixel 6 series and Pixel 7 series, but for this the company has to issue a software update which the company is about to launch soon.

nothing

Nothing Phone One launched by Nothing Company is the only phone that supports 5G network of both Airtel and Jio.

OnePlus

OnePlus recently released 5G software update for its smartphones after which OnePlus 10 Series, OnePlus 9 Series and OnePlus 8 Series are 5G supported. Along with this, OnePlus Nord, Nord 2, Nord 2T, Nord CE, Nord CE 2, Nord CE Lite 2 are also ready with 5G support.

Xiaomi/Redmi/Poco

Talking about Xiaomi, Xiaomi mi10 series, Xiaomi 11 series, Xiaomi 12 series smartphones are ready for 5G support. talk about redmi
So Redmi Note 11T 5G, Redmi Note 10T, Redmi Note 11 Pro Plus, Redmi 11 Prime and Redmi K50i come with 5G support. Poco’s M series and F series are 5G supported. Along with this, Poco X4 Pro is ready with 5G.

real me

Realme’s 10 series, 8 and 9 series, Realme X, Realme Narjo series and Realme GT series some smartphones are 5G supported.

Oppo

Talking about Oppo, Oppo Reno 5G Pro, Reno 6, Reno 6 Pro, Reno 7, Reno 7 pro, Reno 8, Reno 8 Pro are currently 5G ready. Apart from this, there are Oppo F19 Pro +, Oppo F21 Pro, Oppo F21s Pro, Oppo K10, Oppo A74, and Oppo A53s updated for 5G.

Vivo

Talking about Chinese smartphone company Vivo, Vivo X50 Pro, X60, X60 Pro, X60 Pro +, X70, X70 Pro, X70 Pro +, X80 and X80 Pro are now ready for 5G. Vivo V20 Pro, V21, V21E, V23, V23 Pro, V23E, V25 and V25 Pro are also ready for 5G. Other updated models include Vivo T1, Vivo T1 Pro and Vivo Y72.

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