The world simply had a look at the world’s first 5G smartphone, or so it is asserted. For some time now there has been hypothesis 5th generation mobile networks, or basically known as 5G. Qualcomm has been effectively involved in developing 5G technology.
Sherif Hanna tweeted, who is the marketing lead for LTE and 5G NR modems at Qualcomm posted a picture with a caption which read: “Hard to believe that I have the world’s first 5G smartphone in my hand!”
The smartphone in the picture is Qualcomm’s first mmWave 5G reference plan and not a final unit. It was intended to allow the organization to test and improve their 5G mmWave performance within the imperatives of a mobile form factor. Also the rear of the phone demonstrates on a level plane adjusted double camera and vertically adjusted double LED streak. A logo of Qualcomm Snapdragon shows up towards the base of the phone.
In the discussion following the tweet, Hanna clears up that the device is intended to help multi-mode i.e. 2G/3G/4G/5G.
Qualcomm recently announced the first successful demonstration of a 5G data connection on a single-chip 5G modem — the Qualcomm Snapdragon X50 5G modem. Cristiano Amon, Executive Vice President of Qualcomm Technologies announced during the 2017 Qualcomm 4G/5G Summit. The company could accomplish a download speed of more than 1 gigabit per second.
At the same event, Qualcomm propelled another line of mid-range mobile processors beginning with Snapdragon 636. The processor makes utilization of the Qualcomm Kryo 260 CPU, which is claimed to bring no less than 40% expansion in the performance of the device when compared with the Snapdragon 630. As of not long ago, the Kryo 260 CPU was utilized as a part of higher Snapdragon chipsets, for example, the Snapdragon 660.
International Telecommunication Union has not yet thought of the guidelines of 5G. As indicated by Hanna, “first 5G spec definition will be complete[ed] this December, by the 3GPP.” The 5G technology itself will be accessible for general clients most recent by 2020.