The fact that Oppo's Realme brand will release a smartphone that supports 5G was certain. However, the question remained when it would happen. We already know the answer...
According to a tweet published by the head of Realme Madhava Shetha, the first smartphone of this brand, able to work in 5G networks, will appear later this year. The CEO announces that the device will be available globally and at the same time promotes the #5GisReal hashtag. In addition, there is a preview about the huge and still absorbing Indian market. Sheth recalls that Realme is determined to provide India with the best technologies as soon as possible. He does not specify what he means, but considering that the tweet's start is about 5G - I think that's the point.
#5GisReal .... Straight out of meeting room with Mr. Sky Li. Glad to share you our latest R&D updates: #realme will be among the first brands to bring 5G products globally this year. And we are determined to bring the best of technology to India as early as possible. pic.twitter.com/cVNOA6f9Iw— Madhav 5G (@MadhavSheth1) 6 June 2019