Qualcomm has recently announced their plans to move ahead with the 5G global commercialization at a scale by increasing its portfolio of 5G mobile platforms with the Snapdragon 8 Series, 7 Series and 6 Series in 2020.
Along with over 150 5G designs proposed or under development today utilizing the Company’s 5G solutions, Qualcomm Technologies is beginning the proliferation of 5G through many tiers to build the next-generation of a camera, video, AI and gaming experiences more widely available.
This thorough portfolio rollout focuses to support features and frequency bands around the world and has the capability to make 5G accessible to more than 2 billion people who use smartphones.
These new mobile platforms will be top-notch in a roadmap of software-compatible 5G mobile platforms and make use of the Snapdragon 5G Modem-RF System.
Snapdragon’s extended portfolio of 5G mobile platforms has been designed to build all key regions and frequency bands including mmWave and sub-6 GHz spectrum, TDD and FDD modes, 5G multi-SIM, Dynamic Spectrum Sharing, and Standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) network architectures – giving flexibility and enabling 5G network deployment roadmaps around the world.
Twelve over the top global OEMs and brands including OPPO, realme, Redmi, Vivo, Motorola, HMD Global which is the home of Nokia smartphones, and LG Electronics, are planning to utilise this new integrated Snapdragon 7 Series 5G mobile platform for their future 5G mobile devices, as it has been said by Qualcomm.
It also says that this powerful project, Snapdragon system has been specially made to give the best-in-class cellular performance along with coverage, power-efficiency, and cutting-edge form factors in 5G devices, at a large scale.
The company’s extended portfolio of 5G mobile platforms has been made in a way which would support all the key dimensions and frequency bands including mmWave and sub-6 GHz spectrum, TDD and FDD modes, 5G multi-SIM, Dynamic Spectrum Sharing, and Standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) network architectures – which provide flexibility and enable 5G network deployment roadmaps around the globe.