Subject: General Tech | February 28, 2019 - 01:27 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: 5G, wireless, Huawei, qualcomm, x50, X55
The roll out of 5G has been somewhat painful to watch, with a variety of questionable marketing techniques and a staggered roll out. The Inquirer dropped by MWC to see how much progress the various vendors, such as Qualcomm, Intel and Huawei are faring at the moment. Qualcomm will be rolling out their new X55 to market some time this year, offering up to 7Gbps download speeds with similar power requirements to the existing LTE 4G chips. Huawei expects delays, for reasons obvious to those who follow the news and Intel is not expecting to deliver anything until next year.
Take a peek at the picture below for an idea of how segmented the standard is at the moment and then head over for a more detailed look.
"If you've been following closely, leading vendors have been subtly playing down expectations and that's closer to reality. The missing bits of Release 15 were delayed three months to focus on stability, the 3GPP said at the time."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Guru3D Rig of the Month - February 2019
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- Police In Canada Are Tracking People's 'Negative' Behavior In a 'Risk' Database @ Slashdot
- Competition in foldable smartphone market heating up @ DigiTimes
- Serious Amazon Ring Vulnerability Leaves Audio, Video Feeds Open To Attack @ Slashdot
- Lenovo kicks down door of MWC, dumps a stack of sexy new ThinkPads @ The Register
- Does WiFi Kill Houseplants? @ Hackaday
- Samsung is Loading McAfee Antivirus Software On Smart TVs @ Slashdot
- AVM FRITZ!Fon C4 & C5 DECT Cordless Telephones Review @ NikKTech