Qualcomm will release a 5G chip in its Snapdragon 4-series early next year, the company announced at the IFA industrial exhibition in Berlin on Thursday, in what it characterised as a move to bring down the price of smartphones with the technology.
New restrictions put in place by the US in a bid to prevent Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies from obtaining the parts it needs to manufacture its smartphones and 5G base stations appear to be showing cracks even before they come into force on 14 September.
Global semiconductor, services and software firm Qualcomm Technologies has been an innovator for a long time and nobody would deny that the company has done its bit to push technology along.
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