The South Korean electronics giant, Samsung has taken wraps off new chips with 5G connectivity to take on the competition. The new chips were introduced back in MWC 2021 and the company is apparently eyeing the 5G market share of Huawei.
This move from Samsung might be in order to take advantage of the Huawei ban by the US government which hindered the business of Huawei to an extreme extent. Samsung has added three new 5G chips to its portfolio which promises advancement in wireless technology and is capable of delivering the promised upgrade to the consumer according to the company.
These new 5G chips belong to the second generation of the 5G modern SoCs from Samsung and use only half the power of its predecessors while doubling the capacity of an upcoming baseband chip. Samsung is also eyeing to lead the millimetre-wave radio frequency integrated circuit (RFIC) market by designing smaller sized antennas that have a lower power requirement to function.
Samsung has also teased a potential roadmap for the rollout of 5G in MWC 2021 and it aims to utilise the high-frequency terahertz wireless technology by testing a 140GHz wireless link. The company promises its 6G solution can deliver mixed reality, “high fidelity” holograms, and igital replicas of real technology. Since the 5G is far from the stage of wider adoption only expect 6G to reach the masses by 2030.
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