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Qualcomm proudly announced at CES that this year there will be more than 30 devices from global OEMs using its Snapdragon X50 5G modem.
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.
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.
It's here for 5G and cheer. Qualcomm has launched its latest systems-on-a-chip with a battery of artificial intelligence enhancements.
AT&T and Verizon will be 5G buddies as they launch mobile service with the Samsung phone. While some certainty is achieved, many questions remain.
Whether it will be the Galaxy S10 is yet to be known, but what it does leave us wondering, based on the litany of leaks, is whether a 4G-only version comes.
AT&T recently announced a 5G mobile hotspot for use on its burgeoning network... Sprint is following with a device from HTC.
We've got a spill on the specs and some interesting notes on how the more things change, the more Moto stays the same. So it goes for a Moto Z3 successor.
It's not clear if HTC is testing the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 mobile chipset with the optional 5G-capable X50 modem. It should come out next year.
Qualcomm's next-gen flagship smartphone SoC is apparently called Snapdragon 855 Fusion rather than just Snapdragon 855, integrating the Snapdragon X50 5G modem.
Qualcomm will be at the forefront of 5G innovation, alongside smartphone manufacturers like HTC, LG and Xiaomi, as well as a long list of global mobile operators.
5G speeds are still a distant dream for regular mobile device users, but Qualcomm has crossed the barrier in its Snapdragon X50 modem tests.