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  • Qualcomm will bring advanced technology to mid-range smartphones


    Qualcomm did not introduce any new products at IFA 2019 in Berlin, but it could not do without announcements. The American chipmaker spoke about plans for next year. So, middle-class processors will receive one of the promising technologies available so far only in flagship models.

    Qualcomm will bring advanced technology to mid-range smartphones

    Qualcomm announced that it intends to release in 2020 mid-range processors of the 600th and 700th series with support for fifth-generation mobile networks. Until now, this option is only available in the flagship Snapdragon 855 and 855 Plus chipsets.

    The integrated 5G modems in Snapdragon processors will support all key frequency ranges (mmWave and sub-6 GHz, TDD and FDD, 5G multi-SIM) and will work in all major regions.

    Qualcomm will bring advanced technology to mid-range smartphones

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    “A few years ago, we realized that implementing 5G requires a well-developed design strategy and that the component-oriented approach is no longer enough to achieve the performance of the device or network that users and operators are counting on. From the very beginning, we invested in the development of the first comprehensive solution for the mobile industry. This systematic approach allows us to use unique methods and optimizations that provide high 5G performance and energy efficiency while maintaining the simplicity of device design for our customers, ”said Durga Malladi, senior vice president and general manager of 4G / 5G at Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

     

    The company announced that devices based on 5G Snapdragon processors are already being developed by OPPO, Realme, Redmi, Vivo, Motorola, Nokia and LG. The first 700-series chip with 5G will be ready before the end of this year, but new solutions for the 600-series should be expected in the second quarter of 2020.


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