Qualcomm unveiled the new X55 5G modem


Qualcomm unveiled the new X55 5G modem

Qualcomm unveiled the new X55 5G modem

Qualcomm New modem yesterday Snapdragon has unveiled its X55. This new Qualcomm product is an updated 5G modem with better performance; But until the company’s disputes with Apple are resolved, it is not likely to appear in iPhone phones anytime soon.

According to According to Qualcomm, the Snapdragon X55 modem can reach download speeds of 7 Gbps and upload speeds of 3 Gbps. Of course, these speeds are achieved under ideal conditions, but the lowest speed will certainly be higher than most cable internet connections.

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Other improvements include support for all major frequency bands as well as more functional modes such as 4G/5G spectrum sharing. including. These capabilities make 5G mobile phones more efficient, enabling them to easily switch between different networks and take advantage of new communication coverages. Qualcomm promises that through the 7nm design of this modem and technologies such as adaptive antenna adjustment and envelope tracking, battery consumption will be saved. The first mobile phone with X55 modem will probably be released at the end of 2019.

Qualcomm, as the exclusive manufacturer of Apple company modems, due to the lawsuit Over patents and royalties between the two companies, it was abandoned by the Cupertinos. This conflict started in January 2017; When Apple sued Qualcomm for the refund of one billion dollars blocked.

But there are also exceptional cases regarding the release of some Apple products in the German market; Because this company has recently released modified models of iPhone 7 and 8 with Qualcomm modems in this country.

Now Intel is the main modem manufacturer for Cupertinos. Intel is slower than Qualcomm in developing 5G technology, and on the other hand, 5G network coverage in the United States is low; Therefore, it is possible that the iPhone will not be equipped with 5G technology until 2020.

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