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Snapdragon 855 is the first mobile platform to support multi-gigabit 5G

05 Décembre 2018

As per the chipset manufacturer's claims, the Snapdragon 855 will feature the company's fourth generation, multi-core Qualcomm AI Engine, which will offer three times better AI performance compared to the previous generation platform for mobiles by Qualcomm.

Samsung has received FCC approval for its 5G commercial products. Along with network latency that is faster than the blink of an eye.

As you can see in the following image, the unnamed Samsung 5G phone has both a top bezel and a unusual camera notch that's placed on the right side of the screen.

Meet the processor that's going to power numerous flagship Android smartphones in 2019. But it does make sense to have it only working with the newer Snapdragon 855 chipset.

Samsung has announced that it will produce a 5G phone next year and we've seen a prototype version of the device at Qualcomm's 2018 Tech Summit which we're attending.

Samsung's Galaxy S9 phone.

It must sound like a bit of an echo, but during the first six months of 2019, AT&T will bolster its 5G devices line-up with a Samsung smartphone. Obviously, smartphone cameras will benefit enormously from this and we could probably see obvious improvements in the new generation of flagships coming soon. Low and behold, Qualcomm made the announcement today.

AT&T also announced it installed 5G equipment in 12 markets.

AT&T's plans for 5G are somewhat confusing at first glance, as the company talks about at least four current and upcoming 5G-related services.

Mobile device makers and 5G pundits have another challenge to overcome if they wish to encourage the early adoption of 5G-ready devices: the price point.

It's not just for phones, tablets and laptops: it's envisioned that broadcasters will beam back TV footage from live events using small 5G kit, rather than trucks with large dishes; hospitals and factories will connect up equipment using 5G into networks; and so on.

5G poses an exciting prospect, as it promises faster and more reliable connectivity to common data-intensive tasks, like streaming video, video calls, streaming music, and general smartphone use. The governor spoke about 5G's importance to businesses as well as the millions of people who visit the Aloha State and use their smartphones to explore its picturesque islands.

Snapdragon 855 is the first mobile platform to support multi-gigabit 5G