In an interview, HMD Global Chief Product Officer Juho Sarvikas said that it is all set to launch a cheaper 5G smartphone in 2020. Samsung, Huawei and Vivo have launched their 5G smartphones this year. These smartphones have been launched by the companies in their domestic market. We have the opportunity to launch more cheap smartphones in the 5G category," said Juho Sarvikas. We can currently launch smartphones at half the price of 5G from the 5G series available in the market. However, this statement of Juho Sarvikas cannot be called a complete confirmation of the launch of a 5G smartphone, but that's pretty clear. Nokia will launch its 5G smartphone at a lower price than the smartphones of this series currently available in the market. Let us know the full details.
Samsung first launched the 5G variant of its Samsung Galaxy S10+ in June this year, if we talk about the 5G smartphones currently available in the market. The smartphone was launched only for the domestic market. Huawei also announced its 5G smartphone at MWC 2019 held in February this year. The company had launched its 5G smartphone Huawei Mate X 5G in Arab and European countries besides China. Vivo also announced the launch of its first 5G smartphone Vivo iQoo Plus 5G in China in the past days. The smartphone is expected to be launched in China on August 22.
For your information, HMD Global is expected to launch the 4G LTE version of its four smartphones Nokia 5.2, Nokia 6.2, Nokia 7.2 and Nokia 2720 feature phones at IFA 2019 to be held in Berlin next month. HMD Global has also released a video teaser of these smartphones with its official Twitter handle. The smartphone is not named in the video teaser, but the 15-second video teaser talks about the launch of the smartphone. In a recent leak, HMD Global said that HMD Global could introduce its smartphones on September 5.
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