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It's been a long week in Hawaii at the Qualcomm Snapdragon Tech Summit and we are all the more knowledgeable about 5G for it.
From what Qualcomm has impressed the media with, it seems that T-Mobile's customers will be chomping at the bit for 5G towers to use.
It's Qualcomm's most powerful chipset yet and it will be on select computers starting next year to go toe-to-toe with Intel-fueled machines.
Keynotes will take place daily on December 4, 5 and 6 at 2pm Eastern with focuses on 5G mobile computing and Always Connected PCs.
Pete Lau was excited to announce a big carrier partnership on 5G, but warns that the road ahead for consumers will be a tad challenging.
Ericsson helped with a 5G video call, HTC has a hub, Netgear has another hub and ZTE has a test phone. All of it's powered by Qualcomm.
The smartphone maker wants to be the first not only in the United Kingdom, but in the whole of Europe. It will do so with the help of BT.