Sprint to Sell a 5G Phone From OnePlus, but Details Scarce

A 5G smartphone from OnePlus is coming to Sprint

Sprint to launch Chinese-made OnePlus 5G smartphone in U.S.

PiunikaWeb readers should remember our article about the disparity in update frequencies between the regular and the 5G variant of OnePlus 7 Pro.

A 5G phone from OnePlus is set to change into Sprint's fourth 5G device behind the LG V50, HTC 5G Hub, and Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.

Whatever the device ends up being, you likely won't be able to use it on any other carrier than Sprint.

In its announcement, Sprint doesn't explicitly say which 5G OnePlus phone is coming to its network. There's a good chance the upcoming Sprint and OnePlus phone could be this device, especially considering the details are being kept under wraps. It's now available in the UK.

If it's really the 5G version of the OnePlus 7 Pro, then the mystery phone could feature a large 6.67-inch QHD screen, triple rear cameras, and Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset.

Editor's note: While the OnePlus is not widely available for purchase in Australia, they remain fairly popular on the net, so keep an eye out for any news of this potential release. OnePlus 7 Pro is now available in 4G only but OnePlus and the carrier could do something about it. Its chosen mobile carrier only has 5G services in few areas like Chicago, Atlanta, Kansas City, Houston, and Dallas-Forth Worth.

T-Mobile, of course, is looking to finish its merger with Sprint, though it is unclear if the new phone will work with T-Mobile's 5G network in addition to Sprint's.

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