Qualcomm Snapdragon Summit: 5G rollout for phones in 2019

Qualcomm Snapdragon Summit: 5G rollout for phones in 2019
Written by Shilpi Gupta

In Qualcomm Snapdragon Summit in Maui, company executive vice president of Hawaii, Cristiano Amon said that the 5G will rollout in smartphones in 2019. The 5G provide never-seen-before download and upload speed on Smartphones, which is about 1gbps speed while using SIM card on a phone. Amon said, “The mass adoption of 5G should start by 2019.” Further, he also said Qualcomm was working on finalizing the standards for 5G and it already had a reference to design smartphone which supports 5G. Other firms, such as Huawei and Ericsson, are also involved in the development of the next-generation 5G network so we cant say that Qualcomm is the only company working on 5G technologies.

However, the majority of smartphones use mobile phones powered by the processor of  Qualcomm Snapdragon and also the radio chips of Qualcomm. So, it is the most important company in the 5G technical system.

The 5G ecosystem is supposed to bring out a new gen for the connectivity. As the Vice president of Qualcomm, Amon believes, that it will bring unlimited high-speed data for everyone. Qualcomm’s Amon said while talking about it that “5G will be like electricity.” Which introducing that data connectivity would longer be something that people are using with 4G. Qualcomm also said that “once people use 5G, they don’t have to think about whether data connectivity is available or not.” Users will be able to create and make the things which are currently not possible due to the lack of connectivity or low-speed connections.
Apart from providing very high-speed data, fast download, and upload speeds to the users of 5G, the wireless high-speed networks will also help mobile companies deal with congestion. 5G will be able to provide 10 Mbps or higher speed to thousands of people at the same time, such as if they are in a big single room.

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Shilpi Gupta

Food Technologist by Profession and Blogger by Destiny. love to write articles on food technology, spirituality and social issues.

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