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5G test performed on mobile device and smartphone design debuted


One of the goals of Qualcomm is closer within reach today, as the tech giants declared its successful completion of 5G tests connection a smartphone device. The X50 5G modem was used to carry out the tests and was made public last year, and the tests were carried out on the wave frequency band of a 28GHz millimetre. Gigabit speeds were achieved on the test as shared by Qualcomm, and it is said to be able to run on speeds of 5Gbps once full deployments of the 5G networks are completed.

Furthermore, the design for a smartphone was released by Qualcomm, and it is planned that the reference design will be used to test 5G modems, networks, and radios with makers of smartphones over the next one or two years. It is the aim of the company to commence the release of 5G smartphone next two years, i.e., 2019. The design has a thickness of 9mm with edge to edge display similar to current popular models.

A millimetre antenna for wave was also made by the company. This was done so as to make smartphones X50 modem receptive. Two of the antenna made by Qualcomm can enter into the inside of a smartphone, despite the fact that these designs are the best currently available regarding size, more arrangements are being made to further reduce it by as much as 50% in the coming year.

Popular phone makers expected to join the upgrade

Complementing the news, also announced was an array of sophisticated components that will make manufacturers of devices easily to endorse the recently created 600MHz by T-mobile. The LG V30, the at present the smartphone capable of taking on this new upgrade by Qualcomm, more brands are expected to join in before the year ends.

A new processor was shared by the tech giant. The S630 Snapdragon made for phones that are midrange. It is alleged to have a power and performance upgrade of over 35 percent. It has been said that the shipping will commence by November of the chip, and so maybe a year or more will pass before it is activated in smartphones.