In the two days so far, Indian Mobile Congress (IMC) 2019 has staged several tech developments, of which 5G stands the prominent one. OnePlus also showcased its achievements and contributions to this next big thing. It presented the power of OnePlus 7 Pro 5G at Qualcomm Technologies’ booth 4.2 in Hall 4.
In the 3-day event which ends tomorrow, OnePlus parades real-time tech demonstration through cloud gaming features, powered by 5G speed and stability.
Addressing OnePlus’s contribution to the 5G tech segment at IMC, Vikas Agarwal, General Manager, OnePlus India, shared, “Being a global technology brand, it is of paramount significance that our users have access to the latest and best of innovative technology. Therefore, 5G is of strategic importance to us. We are happy to be partnering with leading tech entities such as Qualcomm Technologies and Ericsson in this initiative while showcasing our recent 5G enabled OnePlus 7 Pro to our fans at the India Mobile Congress. It is a manifestation of the research efforts we initiated in 2016 as one of the first tech companies to equip our users with this technology.”
IMC visitors can enjoy graphics-intensive games over the cloud on the Snapdragon-powered OnePlus 7 Pro 5G smartphones. This live demo opportunity provided at the Qualcomm Technologies booth and is possible due to Hatch’s cloud gaming app and 5G network offered by Ericsson.
Marking the collaboration, Rajen Vagadia, Vice President & President Qualcomm India & SAARC, shared, “Our work with OnePlus has always been founded on a shared vision for technology innovation, pushing boundaries for the best mobile experiences. Qualcomm Technologies led R&D efforts to make 5G a reality and delivered products to make 5G-capable devices commercially available one year ahead of schedule, working across networks and infrastructure. A prime example today of how 5G will revolutionize consumer experiences is by supporting the low latency required for next-gen mobile cloud gaming. We are extremely proud to host OnePlus and Hatch at IMC to showcase the real-world capabilities that 5G offers in creating unparalleled gaming opportunities and seamless and more captivating gaming experience for users.”
So, Ericson’s network is where users can easily access the games through the cloud server, without undergoing any hassle of downloading. On the other hand, Hatch is the cloud gaming service provider. OnePlus is employing Hatch’s smartphone-based games streaming platform.
Addressing the cloud gaming platform, Vesa Jutila, Chief Commercial Office at Hatch shared, “Cloud gaming is emerging as the lead consumer-facing use case for 5G, which allows premium-quality games to be shared and played together instantly over mobile networks in real-time. We’re happy to work with our friends at OnePlus and other companies to demonstrate the consumer benefits of the whole 5G ecosystem, from network to handset to application.”
Stay tuned for more tech innovations from the IMC 2019.