Qualcomm Released 5G Mobile Chips And Active Engages With DoT

Shakti - Dec 09, 2018

Qualcomm Released 5G Mobile Chips And Active Engages With DoT

The giant Qualcomm confirm its active engagement with India telecom ministry and the regulator on 5G services. The article will bring you a closer look.

The fifth generation of connectivity or 5G in short, which are being deployed among technology leaders such as USA, Korea, China, will be ready for prime time next year. The global chipmaker Qualcomm has confirmed its further engagement with DoT on the trillion digital economies offered by 5G services.

Senior Vice President of Engineering of Durga Malladi had a speech on the sidelines of Snapdragon Tech Summit recently, in which stated,

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Nevertheless, the vice president rejected to release expected time stages of India 5G roll-out. He affirmed that they hadn’t organized the spectrum auction in this country, which airwaves for offering 5G services.


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While the spectrum auction hasn’t been scheduled yet by the Indian government, the industry wants it to happen in the second half of 2019. The government is so positive toward deploying the fifth generation of connectivity, which can be seen in the state of Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha that India "cannot afford to miss the 5G bus".

Not only limit to access the Internet with really high speed, but the deployment of the fifth generation of wireless system will also bring users spectacular experience with the massive Internet of Things, which will make a huge impact on manufacturing, healthcare, retail, education, and others.

The latest mobile chips by Qualcomm, called  Snapdragon 855, have come out the first time at this Tech Summit. 5G smartphones released by Samsung will be empowered by these chips next year.

Users will be enhanced handsets experience by Snapdragon 855 with extremely higher speed in comparison to the 4G current network. Besides, greater photography and entertainment will be offered to customers.

5G services are estimated to reach the speed of downloading up to 1000 MGB each second on smartphones. However, Indian users are still in wait for the announcement of telecom operators in this country.

Incorporated President Cristiano Amon of Qualcomm spoke in the stage of Snapdragon Tech Summit that 5G would be a commercial reality from the begin of 2019, with mobile device launching and network rolling out across USA, Australia, Europe, Japan, South Korea, and China.

The giant chipmaker Qualcomm with its latest products mobile phone chip Snapdragon 855 and 5G modem family Snapdragon X50, is in a special position to carry out 5G deployment across above areas.

According to Amon, telecom operators may offer 5G services in both sub-6 GHz and mmWave bands with those Qualcomm chips. 5G is confirmed to roll out in the USA by Verizon and AT&T next year also.

Except for higher processing speed, the advent of Snapdragon 855  will improve gaming as well as augmented reality experiences. This new chip may enable users to incorporate mobile phone producers to their premium flagship devices.

The first Samsung flagship 5G smartphone will be released soon in the USA within the first 6-month of 2019. This product uses Snapdragon 855 mobile platform with the 5G X50 modem and also demonstrates live-streaming 4K videos on a prototype 5G phone.

Motorola has made technophiles more excited when they illustrated its “'5G Moto Mod” to be introduced in 2020. Customers may snap the mod at the back of Moto Z3 smartphone and start enjoying 5G speeds. The demo showcased the speed of downloading 250MB files within 4 seconds, while it took only less than 18 seconds for downloading a large 1GB file.


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