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Qualcomm reveals that Xiaomi is among its future 5G partners

Qualcomm introduced the new Snapdragon 675 SoC last Monday in China and Sweden simultaneously, which is designed to improve the experience when playing with an advanced artificial intelligence capacity and better camera performance. During the event, the famous US manufacturer talked about the 5G connectivity, which will be the focus of attention in these months. The launch of the first 5G Smartphone, the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3.

Qualcomm announced a series of advances that it has achieved with 5G technology. The Snapdragon X50 modem from Qualcomm will be driven by this new connectivity technology, which will be available in several devices of the main equipment manufacturers, including the OnePlus 7.

Qualcomm announces a series of future partners for 2019

Qualcomm announces a series of future partners for 2019

The American company revealed a list where 19 manufacturers are already waiting for the company’s future releases for 2019. The list contains brands recognized worldwide as Xiaomi, ASUS, OnePlus, Vivo, OPPO, HTC, HMD , Sony, Motorola, LG, among others.

Among the other members, it includes Fujitsu, the Netgear computer networking company, which specializes in the production, distribution, and sale of wireless communications equipment systems for private use and companies.

Some of these device manufacturers that are on the list have already confirmed smartphones with this 5G connectivity capability for next year.

Source: Gizmochina

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