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Samsung on Thursday unveiled its multi-node Exynos 5G modems that are meant to bring the “5G era to mobile consumers.” The new chips are already in production for the “latest premium mobile devices,” but the list might not include the iPhone 5G, a separate report claims. Read More »
72 Days Ago Samsung announced that it started mass production for its 5G chip offerings, the Exynos Modem 5100, the Exynos RF 5500, and the Exynos SM 5800. The post Samsung starts mass production of 5G modem and RF chips appeared first on Pocketnow.
75 Days Ago Exactly one year after kicking off their development, the 5G modem and 5G RF chips are entering mass production. The Exynos 5100 modem, the Exynos 5500 RF transceiver and the Exynos 5800 supply modulator support the 5G New Radio and sub-6 GHz spectrum that are needed for gigabit speeds.
76 Days Ago Intel is having trouble meeting deadlines for the XMM 8160 5G modem that Apple is counting on to add 5G connectivity to its 2020 iPhone lineup, reports Fast Company.
79 Days Ago As highly suspected a little over a week ago in our reporting of the pricing of the new Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, the new 5G model in Korea will indeed come powered by Samsung’s own 5G modem chipset.
76 Days Ago [Updated with Intel comment Wednesday 11:30 p.m. Pacific Time] As of now Apple plans to release a 5G iPhone in 2020. But an increasingly stormy relationship with its 5G modem supplier Intel could prevent that from happening.
76 Days Ago In a new investor note from Timothy Arcuri (obtained via CNBC), the UBS analyst writes that supply challenges may force Apple to delay its 5G compatible iPhone until 2021.
76 Days Ago Samsung has begun the mass production of its 5G multi-mode chipsets for next-generation 5G smartphones. The company’s latest 5G communication solutions include a 5G modem, a single-chip radio frequency (RF) transceiver, and supply modulator solutions.