At least 19 companies will release next year smartphones with 5G-modem Snapdragon X50

AT   This year cellular operators will test Snapdragon X50 5G, and   at   next year we expect 5G-smartphones from   Asus, HMD Global, HTC, LG, Xiaomi, Sony Mobile and   other

At least 19 companies will release next year smartphones with 5G-modem Snapdragon X50

Already 19 companies have confirmed their intentions to   2019, smartphones with   modems Qualcomm Snapdragon X50 5G. A   at   This year, some notorious cellular operators have chosen Qualcomm's 5G modems for testing.

5G Smartphones

Now we know about   19 manufacturers who plan to   next year to release 5G-smartphones with   Modems Snapdragon X50 from Qualcomm . These are Asus, Fujitsu Limited, Fujitsu Connected Technologies Limited, HMD Global, HTC, Inseego / Novatel Wireless, LG, NetComm Wireless, NETGEAR, Oppo, Sharp Corporation, Sierra Wireless, Sony Mobile, Telit, Vivo, Wingtech, WNC, Xiaomi and   ZTE. This is the first, but   far from   recent contenders.

A   here is Samsung, by   rumors, is preparing its own modems   - Exynos 5G, prototype of which was shown for   closed doors to   exhibition CES. The first smartphone with   modem 5G company plans to present already in   early next year.

Also, the 5G-modem already has   Intel   - XMM 8060.

Cellular Operators

A   at   This year, the largest mobile operators from   countries will begin testing with   using Snapdragon X50. AT   their   including AT & T, British Telecom, China Telecom, China Mobile, China Unicom, Deutsche Telekom, KDDI, KT Corporation, LG   Uplus, NTT DOCOMO, Orange, Singtel, SK   Telecom, Sprint, Telstra, TIM, Verizon and   Vodafone Group.

Recall, Snapdragon X50   - the first in   world 5G-modem for smartphones, released in   October last year. is he   provides the speed in   1.25 Gb / s and   connects to   mmWave   frequency of 28 GHz. AT   future, when the potential of 5G-networks will be fully revealed, the novelty will be able to issue speeds up to   5 Gb / s.

Source: Qualcomm 1 , 2

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