Telecommunications carrier Sprint has announced its fourth 5G device, a smartphone from Chinese device maker OnePlus.
While the device specifications, pricing and timing of the rollout are not yet available, OnePlus has already rolled out its OnePlus 7 Pro 5G smartphone to the U.K. telecom EE. It has been rumored that OnePlus will be rolling out a second 5G smartphone later this year, but it is unclear what phone Sprint will be selling.
The OnePlus 7 Pro 5G features a 6.67 in, 90 Hz display, a pop-up selfie camera and three rear cameras.
With the OnePlus smartphone, Sprint will offer four devices including the ubiquitous Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and LG V50 ThinQ 5G smartphones as well as the HTC 5G Hub, a hotspot using Wi-Fi to power 5G and non-5G devices in the home or office.
Sprint has turned on its 5G network to limited areas of Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston and Kansas City, Missouri, and expects to launch service to areas in Los Angeles, New York, Phoenix and Washington D.C. in the coming weeks.