First 5G Chip For Mobile Devices Announced By Huawei

Recently, Huawei has announced its first 5G chip for mobile devices at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

Recently, Huawei has announced its first 5G chip for mobile devices at Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona. The 5th generation chip will allow mobile devices to access the next generation cellular networks.
 
The company stated,
 
“5G technology will underpin the next leap forward for our intelligent world, where people, vehicles, homes and devices are fully connected, delivering new experiences, insights and capabilities,” said Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group. “Since 2009, Huawei has invested US$600 million in research and development into 5G technologies, where we have led the way with innovations around network architecture, spectrum usage, field verification and more. From connected vehicles and smart homes to AR/VR and hologram videos, we are committed to developing a mature 5G ecosystem so that consumers can benefit from a truly connected world that transforms the way we communicate and share.”
 
The company states that 5G networks will now set new standards for high speed, wide bandwidth, low-latency wireless connections, with the download rate of 20Gbps, will support one million devices per square kilometer and latency as low as 0.5ms.
 
5G promises a more desirable connection between people and Internet of Things, raising the potential for the maximum quantity of devices linking the amount of data sharing between them.
 
Huawei has partnered with many companies including Vodafone, Softbank, T-Mobile and began the 5G network testing among partners. Now, Huawei has finished the 5G testing and started offering its commercial network services in 2018.
 
To know more about the 5G network and services, visit the official press release here