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    Soon after the announcement of the Snapdragon 865 and Snapdragon 765 mobile platforms, the timing of the first smartphones based on the new Qualcomm processors became known. During the Snapdragon Tech Summit event, the release of devices equipped with the latest generation of chips was confirmed by Xiaomi, Nokia, OPPO and Lenovo. Representatives of the companies told when users will be able to get advanced innovations.

    Smartphone manufacturers told about the first devices on Snapdragon 865

    The most detailed information about the future novelties reported Xiaomi. One of the founders of the company Lin Bin announced a new smartphone model Mi 10 with dual-mode (SA/NSA) 5G-modem. According to him, the gadget has already entered production and will be on sale in early 2020. Earlier, the head of the company Lei Jun said that next year Xiaomi intends to introduce 10 smartphones with 5G support in various price segments.

    Smartphone manufacturers told about the first devices on Snapdragon 865

    OPPO also intends to release a smartphone based on the Snapdragon 865 processor in the first quarter of next year, whose representatives announced the company's intention to continue investing in the development of 5G technologies. Lenovo announced plans to release several models on the Snapdragon 865 and Snapdragon 765, but without specifying a release date. Finally, Nokia is preparing a release of the gadget on the Snapdragon 765. “Our highest priority is to make 5G technology more affordable,” the brand said.

    Detailed specifications and prices of future new products, company representatives have not yet announced.



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