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  1. iPhone 13 likely to support much faster 5G While we are still months away from the next iPhone reveal, that has not stopped the rumor mill from turning. Previous reports suggest that it will have an always-on 120Hz display, a smaller notch, a vapor chamber for better cooling, smaller batteries and a storage option of up to 1TB. Now, a report states that the iPhone 13 will support millimeter wave (mmWave) 5G outside the US. The current iPhone 12 already supports millimeter wave (mmWave) 5G in the United States, but according to Apple insider Ming-Chi Kuo,
  2. ZTE Axon 20 5G under-display camera flops in DxOMark tests Last year, ZTE boasted about having accomplished what even the likes of Samsung still failed to do. It brought the world’s first commercially available under-display camera on a smartphone and explained how it pulled off this difficult trick. As much excitement as it generated, it also raised doubts on how it would work in practice. Early feedback was less than encouraging but perhaps the most damning comes from DxOMark’s review that almost put the ZTE Axon 20 5G at the bottom of its selfie list. Put
  3. iPhone 12 Pro Max Named Most Popular 5G Smartphone in United States Apple's iPhone 12 Pro Max held the title of most popular 5G smartphone in 49 of 50 U.S. states as of January 2021, according to PCMag, citing data from Speedtest.net parent company Ookla and research firm M Science. The methodology behind the rankings: M Science directly tracks sales, and gave us cumulative sales figures up until Jan. 23. Ookla looks at the usage of its Speedtest apps on consumers' phones, and gave us data for tests taken in January. They agree that the iPhone 1
  4. Optus throws down 5G gauntlet, claims fastest speeds in Australia Optus outguns Telstra in 5G download speed, study suggests (Image credit: DenPhotos/Shutterstock) Telstra definitively laid claim to having the widest-ranging 5G network last month, but now Optus has thrown down a gauntlet of its own by claiming to have the fastest 5G speeds in Australia. A report by telecommunications company Systemics-PAB found that Optus’ average 5G download speed was 22% faster than Telstra’s during ind
  5. Brazilian government allows Huawei to take part in 5G auction Reuters, citing the Brazilian newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo, has said that Brazil is likely to allow Huawei to participate in the 5G auction that’s set to take place in June. The Bolsonaro government of Brazil has been looking for ways to exclude the Chinese company from the country’s networks, following the lead of the United States, but between Trump’s upcoming departure from the White House and the cost of excluding Huawei, Jair Bolsonaro is being forced to backtrack on his plans. The Brazili
  6. Qualcomm announces its first Snapdragon 4 series 5G chipset Today, Qualcomm is introducing the Snapdragon 480 5G platform, and the major significance is that it's the firm's first entry-level 5G chipset. While you can get a Snapdragon 690 handset for under $300, these smartphones will be in the $125-$250 tier. Indeed, a $125 5G smartphone is unheard of in the current market. "Qualcomm Technologies continues to accelerate 5G commercialization globally to make 5G smartphones more accessible, especially as people worldwide continue to connect remotely," said Ke
  7. Apple Reportedly Placed a Large mmWave 5G Antenna Order for the Upcoming iPhone 13 Family For 2020, when Apple unveiled the iPhone 12 series, mmWave 5G support was only available in the U.S., but things could take a different turn when the iPhone 13 officially announces. A fresh report claims that Apple is working with foreign telecom companies to bring mmWave 5G support to other regions in the coming years. To speed up this standard's proliferation, the iPhone giant has apparently placed a large order for mmWave antennas. Qiqi Will Reportedly Be Added to Apple’s
  8. T-Mobile has announced its first 5G hotspot, one that can be activated on multiple standalone plans offering up to 100GB of data per month. There are some big advantages to the 5G hotspot over the 4G LTE alternatives, including support for a huge number of devices connected simultaneously and lower prices with higher data caps. The new T-Mobile 5G MiFi M2000 hotspot supports both Extended Range and Ultra Capacity 5G network connectivity, as well as 4G LTE when in places where 5G isn’t yet available. In addition to the support for connecting up to 30 devices, T-Mobile says the
  9. Nothing from Chinese bogeyman allowed in core network by early 2023 The UK's Ministry of Fun* has published its roadmap for the removal of so-called high-risk vendors from UK telecoms networks as part of the second parliamentary reading of the Telecoms Security Bill. The roadmap adds detail to the previous edicts, which banned wireless carriers from acquiring new Huawei-made equipment by the end of the year, and forces them to fully remove existing Huawei kit by the conclusion of 2027. By the end of March 2021, networks will be prohibited from u
  10. The phone will reportedly have a 6.6" display and a 5,000 mAh battery. What you need to know A recently leaked photo shows off the Moto G 5G with a Snapdragon 750G SoC. This could be one of the first phones to use Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 750G. The phone will reportedly have a 6.66-inch display, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a 5,000 mAh battery. A recently leaked photo by Slashleaks has revealed the Moto G 5G, Motorola's next 5G budget phone with Qualcomm's brand-new Snapdragon 750G chipset.
  11. How Apple Built 5G Into Its New iPhones The faster wireless standard uses different chunks of the radio spectrum—but the technology remains nascent. Apple's new iPhones will operate in both the slower, longer-range “midband,” as well as the super-fast, short-range millimeter-wave frequencies for 5G. Photograph: Brooks Kraft/Apple In introducing its first 5G phones on Tuesday, Apple said it had tested them on more than 100 networks. That’s a s
  12. SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Apple’s iPhone 12 launch drew mixed reactions in mainland China on Wednesday, with fans cheering a 5G model for their favourite brand while others planned to wait for upcoming devices from local rivals like Huawei Technologies. The much-anticipated Apple launch comes in the wake of Chinese Android-platform brands such as Huawei and Xiaomi Corp having already rolled out higher-end 5G devices compatible with China’s upgraded telecoms networks, with the U.S. giant seen by some analysts to be late to the party. In its second-largest market
  13. Karlston

    The WIRED Guide to 5G

    The WIRED Guide to 5G Here's everything you'll ever want to know about the spectrum, millimeter-wave technology, and why 5G could give China an edge in the AI race. The future depends on connectivity. From artificial intelligence and self-driving cars to telemedicine and mixed reality to as yet undreamt technologies, all the things we hope will make our lives easier, safer, and healthier will require high-speed, always-on internet connections. To keep up with the explosion of new connec
  14. MediaTek announces T750 chipset for 5G fixed wireless access routers Today, MediaTek is announcing its latest 5G chipset, the T750. But unlike other 5G chipsets that we've covered, this one isn't made for phones. It's designed to be used in fixed wireless access routers and mobile hotspots. In other words, this is the type of thing that you can use to get a 5G home Wi-Fi network set up. "Pervasive high-speed broadband connectivity is becoming more important with the increase in connected devices and the surge of people working from home, taking online classe
  15. Qualcomm is bringing 5G to everyone with cheap 5G Snapdragon chips Dirt-cheap Snapdragon 4-series chips will make nearly every phone a 5G phone. Enlarge / The Snapdragon 4 series is near the bottom of Qualcomm's lineup and is used in most cheap devices. Qualcomm 64 with 30 posters participating Qualcomm's push for 5G will soon hit some of the cheapest phones on the market. Today, the company announced 5G is coming to the Snapdragon 4-series in "early 2021." Qualcomm says the goal of these
  16. Today we’re taking a peek at the newly-revealed ZTE Axon 20 5G, otherwise known as the “world’s first under-display camera smartphone.” This device might not look particularly extraordinary at first – it’s not really meant to be particularly striking in outward appearance. Instead, it’s meant to do what any other smartphone does, without the drawback of having a space up front for a camera – be it a wide bezel, a notch, or a hole in the phone’s display. Up front the ZTE Axon 20 5G works with a 6.92-inch FDH+ (2460 x 1080 pixel) OLED display. This phone delivers under-display finger
  17. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Communications Commission will vote in July on whether to auction a key band of largely unused 2.5 GHz spectrum to help advance next-generation 5G wireless networks and scrap requirements that it be used for education, the agency said on Tuesday. The FCC in May 2018 voted to consider releasing additional key 2.5 GHz mid-band spectrum reserved in the 1960s for what is now known as the Educational Broadband Service. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said in a statement the proposal would give existing users more flexibility in how
  18. THE HAGUE (Reuters) - European law enforcement agencies set to lose the ability to tap criminals’ mobile devices with the launch of 5G technology must be brought into discussions earlier when communications networks are modernised, the new head of Europol told Reuters. Appealing to EU leaders for greater powers to fight tech-savvy criminals, Catherine De Bolle said its member states do not yet have the domestic regulations or technology to fill the policing gap that will open up when 4G networks become obsolete. “It is one of the most important investigati
  19. SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) will roll out commercial 5G licenses “in the near future”, Xinhua said. It did not provide further details. Beijing had granted licenses at the end of 2018 to China’s three state-owned carriers to conduct trials for 5G deployment. It has yet to approve full commercial deployment, however. Source
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    Tech Tent: Why is 5G data capped?

    Tech Tent: Why is 5G data capped? Image copyrightPA Image captionStormzy launched EE's 5G network With a flash of fireworks and a song from rapper Stormzy, the UK welcomed the arrival of its first 5G mobile network. On this week's Tech Tent podcast, we explore the benefits this next-generation tech is supposed to bring, and ask whether people are likely to pay a premium to upgrade. Image captionChris Fox is sitting in for Rory on this week's podcast Stream the latest Tech Tent podca
  21. Huawei tests 5G downloads in China as government due to issue licenses Huawei is also scheduled to ship its foldable 5G smartphone, the Mate X, this month. Chinese technology giant Huawei has tested the 5G downlo
  22. Our AT&T 5G speed test yields the craziest speeds yet At the AT&T Shape conference in LA we get a taste of blazing fast 5G speeds. And they sure make for smooth mole whacking. On Saturday, AT&T let us test the speed of its 5G network on a Galaxy S10 5G phone. Juan Garzon/CNET It's fitting that I tested AT&T's 5G network at the Warner Bros. studio in Los Angeles. Both Hollywood and 5G aim to take our wildest ideas and make them real. In AT&T's case, it's the promise of high speed mobile data over a
  23. First to 5G? For smartphone users, the race is kind of meaningless EE is the first UK carrier to jump to 5G. But for more consumers, the upgrade just isn’t worth it yet. 5G has arrived in the UK today. Jaromir Chalabala / EyeEm Pop the champagne and polish the medals, for the competition to be first to 5G has declared its victors. UK carrier EE turned on the country's first 5G network in the country on Thursday, beating its rivals to the punch. EE joins Verizon and Swisscom as "winners" of th
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