Huawei unveils the first 5G hardware for cars

Huawei unveils the first 5G hardware for cars

Huawei launched on Monday, what could be the world’s first communications 5G hardware for the automotive industry.

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This move is a sign of the company’s ambition to become the leader and leading supplier of self-steering technology for cars.

Huawei‘s hardware is called the MH5000 and is a 5G Balong 5000 chip-based gadget launched in January.

The module was introduced at the Shanghai Car Show, which is being held for a week. Huawei said the module will be implemented in the automotive sector by the second half of this year.

In recent years, Huawei has tested interconnected car technology in several Chinese cities like Shanghai, Shenzhen and Wuxi.

The company that is the world’s largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer has entered a competition to become a global leader in 5G networks.

However, it has been targeted by America’s criticisms and accusations of espionage on behalf of China. Huawei has repeatedly denied these charges.

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LG postpone the 5G phone debut

LG postpones the 5G phone debut

LG will postpone the launch of the first 5G device, the LG V50 ThinQ phone in South Korea. On an official stand, the company said it would push its debut to focus on the “completion” of the phone that had to arrive on April 19th.

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LG added that it was working closely with Qualcomm and South Korean mobile operators to improve the 5G experience. The debut date will confirm at a second notice the company said.

South Korea’s 5G Network was launched on April 3 a few hours before the US Verizon network was launched on the same day.

Verizon criticized the debut she saw as a 5G phone ad for a small number of celebrities.

The network was unavailable until April 5th when the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G went on sale.

It is not known what it means to postpone LG’s 5G phone to the rest of the world.

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Intel fall back from competing for 5G of smartphones

Intel fall back from competing for 5G of smartphones

Few hours after shocking news that Apple and Qualcomm had signed an agreement, Intel unexpectedly announced it would fall back completely from the 5G modems for smartphones.

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Apple has been trying to replace Qualcomm and Intel modems recently, but this latest faced problems with implementing the 5G.

In a press release, Intel said it will not launch a 5G modem for smartphones although it planned to do so in 2020.

There has been speculation that the company has not reached deadlines and even Apple has lost confidence in Intel.

That is why Apple will not sell an iPhone with 5G at least for the next two years at a time when rivals like Samsung and Huawei have already done so.

Intel CEO said they were excited about the 5G but not the smartphones since there was no reliable route that could bring profit to the company.

In November last year it was said that Intel was accelerating the development of 5G modems and even giving a clear plan to CES in Jana.

Now the company says it will develop 4G and 5G technologies for IoT and computers as it will continue to invest in 5G infrastructure.

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Samsung launches the new S10 model, Galaxy S10 5G

Samsung launches the new S10 model, Galaxy S10 5G

In an official statement, Samsung has announced that the Galaxy S10 5G will be released tomorrow. The device will be an exclusive one in South Korea, but Bloomberg has revealed that the first orders in the US begin on April 18 and launch on May 16 – industry expert @EvLeaks agrees.

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Thus, it will be the first smartphone in the 5G market and will launch on Verizon’s 5G network. Verizon claims that 5G will bring speed “20 times faster than 4G LTE“.

The screen is a 6.7 inches (Galaxy S10 Plus is 6.4 inches), has future generation storage that is twice as fast as the Galaxy S10 and the other RAM that is smaller and more energy efficient.

This allows the device to fit with a massive 4,500 mAh battery (Galaxy S10 Plus – 4,100 mAh, Galaxy S10 – 3,500 mAh) and fill faster.

And maybe the best of all, the price is not as crazy as you might think.

In South Korea, the Galaxy S10 5G will start at 1.39M won ($1,230 – 256GB), which is approximately at the same price as the 1TB Galaxy S10 Plus, rising to 1.55M won ($1,360-512GB).

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Galaxy S10 5G: Everything You Need to Know

Galaxy S10 5G: Everything You Need to Know

The fourth member of the new Galaxy S10 family will be the later, but the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G promises to bring some special talents.This will be the first Galaxy S series phone to support 5G networks.

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The 5G Part comes from the Qualcomm Snapdragon X50 modem, but in addition to the larger data speeds, it has to be more or less the same as on other S10 devices.

This includes features like Wireless PowerShare, 4K Ultra HD video recording with HDR10 + support and the latest Samsung One UI interface.

In many ways, the Galaxy S10 5G is the same smartphone as the rest of the S10 line. Uses the Snapdragon 855 processor, has 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, and an Infinity-O screen without any frame.

However, it is the largest of the four: with a 6.7-inch screen, it is a device approximately the same size as the Galaxy Note 9.

This does not mean that there are no differences. What distinguishes most is a very large battery, bringing a capacity of 4,500 mAh, with the assumption that 5G will be hungry for power.

The company announced today that it has joined a number of telephone network operators in several countries including France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and Britain to bring the Galaxy S10 5G model to Europe in June.

Price details remain unavailable at this time, but phones will be supported by Deutsche Telekom, EE, Orange, Sunrise, Swisscom, Vodafone, TIM and Telefonica.

South Korea’s technology giant first confirmed in August last year that it was already working with telephone carriers and partners around the world to incorporate the 5G modem, the Exynos Modem 5100, into targeted devices.

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Key Specs

Display 6.70-inch
RAM 8GB
Rear Camera 12-megapixel + 12-megapixel + 16-megapixel + 0.038-megapixel
Processor 1.9GHz octa-core
OS Android 9.0
Battery Capacity 4500mAh
Front Camera 10-megapixel + 0.038-megapixel
Storage 256GB

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LG 5G phone will be LG V50 ThinQ

LG 5G phone will be LG V50 ThinQ

It looks like the LG‘s first 5G phone will be V50 ThinQ and launch with LG G8 at the World Congress of Cellphones.

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The company has chosen to show a special 5G device in the form of V50 ThinQ and launch two devices in their MWC activity on Sunday, February 24th.

The next two phones are expected to be based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, but the V50 ThinQ will include the optional X50 5G modem.

According to the same leak that was named V50 ThinQ, the phone will have a 6-inch screen and will be launched in North America and Europe in March, starting at $1,163

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Official: LG's 5G phone comes in February, ahead of Samsung

Official: LG’s 5G phone comes in February, ahead of Samsung

LG is set to surpass the Samsung Galaxy S10 with their new 5G phone which has received an official launch date along with some excellent leaked specifications.

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We do not know if it comes to Thinq V50, a V50 version, or a single 5G device.

LG officially said it will launch the first capable 5G phone at MWC 2019, which will be held in late February, specifically on the 24th.

This should help put it in a good position for competition, which is also expected to launch 5G network phones of the next generation.

Speculation has revealed more than what to expect from the 5G phone, including a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 CPU and a powerful 4,000mAh battery.

LG says the 5G phone will also be available outside South Korea, especially in the US and Europe.

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LG confirms 5G phone, with 4,000 mAh battery

LG confirms 5G phone, with 4,000 mAh battery

Or at least discover their features before the right time. This habit has not changed at all, so it’s not very strange that LG has officially confirmed it will feature a 5G phone at MWC 2019 next month. But more than that, the company is also revealing the three main features that the phone will have.

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Of course, there was no doubt that LG would not enter the 5G trend. In fact, it was one of the first OEMs that was publicly engaged in technology. In August last year, the company announced a partnership with Sprint to bring the next 5G phone to the US. In Europe, of course, there will be partnerships with more than one operator.

But more than just the existence of the phone, LG has revealed some details about the device.

LG boasts that their 5G phone will have a 4,000mAh battery that is 20% larger than the LG V40. This is to meet the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 requirements as well as the 5G connection.

Together, these features address what LG said was the main concerns users have about an activated 5G phone.

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Huawei warns the 5G phone, produced by its company's components

Huawei warns the 5G phone, produced by its company’s components

Chinese tech company Huawei announced plans to launch a next-generation phone based on its technology instead of US components, boosting efforts to compete with Western industry leaders in response to Washington warnings that the company might be a risk security.

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Huawei Technologies Ltd is spending a lot on developing its own processor technology, an area where US retailers are global leaders. This can help Huawei for the multi-billion-year annual bill for components and the risk of US ship breakdowns.

Huawei’s new device will be the company’s first folding phone and will be unveiled next month at the industry’s largest annual event, the Mobile World Congress, said Richard Yu, CEO of the company’s consumer unit.

The phone is based on Huawei’s Kirin 980 processor and Balong 5000 modem instead of the components of traditional suppliers such as US-based Qualcomm Inc.

Huawei‘s sales and other consumer products showed “no impact” from Western security warnings and rose more than 50 percent last year, Yu told reporters. Huawei has not yet published the 2018 financial results for the entire company.

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The first call is made on the 5G network

The first call is made on the 5G network

ZTE in cooperation with China Unicom realized the first 5G call with a prototype 5G smartphone and surf the web with the prototype in question.

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The duo conducted the tests three months after launching the 3GPP Rel-15 document.

The company said the tests showed ZTE’s strong expertise in search, research and commercialization of 5G for operators.

However, company technology is unlikely to find the extent it requires due to the security concerns that revolve around ZTE

The other Chinese company Huawei has been targeted by various countries around the world boycotting 5G technology.

At the Technology Presentation Conference (CES) that was held in Las Vegas, Samsung showed the smart prototype 5G phone.

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