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5G in practice, straight from Huawei

5G in practice, straight from Hawaii


The promises are many: a 25% gain in both graphics and computing performance, higher energy efficiency and the long-awaited 5G. This would be a quick summary of Qualcomm's flagship release at the Snapdragon Tech Summit here on the island of Maui, Hawaii. In 3 years of research and development, over 10,000 engineers worked on the design of the company's new high-end processor; Snapdragon 865. According to the manufacturer, the new chip is twice as powerful as its predecessor, the Snapdragon 855, and three times the best processor in the competition.

Numbers, of course, say a lot about a processor, but what really draws attention are the practical tests; demonstrations of all this announced power, which we could closely check here. Alongside market partners, Qualcomm has demonstrated several technologies that are now ready and embedded in the new processor to incorporate Android devices from 2020.

Expected to reach 200 million users next year, 5G deployment promises to be accelerated thanks to new technology compatible with the Snapdragon 865. It's the "Dynamic Spectrum Sharing". As this demo shows, the technology allows 4G and 5G to share the same frequency range simultaneously. This dynamic sharing, which was not possible in other transitions of mobile broadband technologies such as 3G or 4G, should speed up the arrival of 5G for everyone.

In addition to connectivity, another highlight is the artificial intelligence processing of the new chip. With twice the power of its predecessor, the Snapdragon 865 is capable of up to 15 trillion operations per second on the device itself, providing a new user experience - Artificial Intelligence-based functions become virtually instantaneous.

In the demos, two demonstrations of the power of Artificial Intelligence caught our attention. The first shows the speed and accuracy of an application that turns voice into text and, in real time, translates speech from one language to another; including simulating the user's way of speaking. In this other demonstration, the computer vision algorithm is able to apply to the camera image, also in real time, the so-called "semantic filter". Using Artificial Intelligence, the camera understands objects in the scene to provide the best treatment for each part of the image. In this example, the camera differentiates hair, clothing, background, eyes, and skin to apply a specific filter to each part of the image.

With the new Snapdragon, the camera also gets new functions. It all starts with the incredible ability to capture up to 2 gigabits of information per second, which will bring cameras closer to smartphones than professional equipment. This will allow upcoming mobile phones to bring up to 200 megapixel resolution sensors to record video at 8k at 120 frames per second. By the way, that's what this prototype is recording while you are preparing some drinks. On the 8k TV next door, the images shown, believe me, were captured on a smartphone.

Finally, we also had the opportunity to try the new ultrasonic fingerprint sensor under the screen; 3D Sonic Sensor Max. Now the fingerprint detection area is 17 times larger than the last generation and even allows simultaneous reading of up to two prints at a time. Other than that, we tested it, and the sensor is extremely fast and accurate as well.
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OnePlus 5G dual-mode phone to be released by the end of the year

The OnePlus is among the first to launch a 5G smartphone with the release of OnePlus 7 Pro 5G side of the OnePlus 7 earlier this year. Although the premium smartphone manufacturer has announced the OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro recently, both models did not come with support 7T Pro.

 OnePlus 5G dual-mode phone to be released by the end of the year

Now in a surprise twist, OnePlus founder / CEO Liu Zuohu has hinted that the company will launch a dual-mode 5G phone before the end of this year. The CEO stated this in an interview in which he also gave reasons why OnePlus 7 Pro 5G was not launched in China by stating that it is exclusively for overseas markets. Thus, the next dual-mode 5G phone will be launched in China and maybe exclusive to the Chinese market.

Liu Zuohu did not disclose an exact date when the device will be launched or the name adopted. But he said it will be unveiled in the fourth quarter of 2019. One thing is certain, however, the device will be a premium phone model, as the CEO also added that the 5G era will not depend on next-generation 5G smartphones to win sales. market.

The most prominent part of the disclosure is that the device supports non-autonomous (NSA) and autonomous (SA) modes for 5G. Non-standalone (NSA) and standalone (SA) are the two 5G ranges that communication service providers can choose to transition from 4G to next-generation mobile technology. The first 5G networks to be implemented are NSA deployments that focus on enhanced mobile broadband to provide greater data bandwidth and secure connectivity. NSA mode implies that 5G networks will be aided by existing 4G infrastructure. Therefore, service providers wishing to be the first to offer 5G speeds will start with the NSA and, once 5G coverage is established, it will implement standalone 5G.

In addition, OnePlus suggests that the 5G phone will most likely use the Qualcomm SM7250 processor, which is not a top SoC. The processor is a mid-range chipset but comes with a 5G modem.

You may need to get more details to get an idea of ​​what the 5G phone has in terms of hardware. But we expect the device to come at cheaper prices than the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G.
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Samsung 45W charger on the shelf accidental exposure A91, A90 5G new machine

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Recently, Samsung Hungarian official website has a 45W power adapter. According to the instructions on the website, this adapter supports Samsung's two unreleased new machines, namely Samsung Galaxy A91 and Samsung Galaxy A90 5G.

Previously, Samsung has launched the Samsung Galaxy A90 mobile phone, which is already equipped with the Snapdragon 855 chip, and the A91 is likely to be upgraded to the Snapdragon 855 Plus chip. The Samsung A90 5G version will use the external Snapdragon X50 chip to achieve 5G support.

At present, Samsung A90 5G version has passed WiFi certification, it will become Samsung's first non-flagship mobile phone supporting 5G network. The appearance of the Samsung A90 5G version is the same as that of the 4G version. Both are equipped with 6GB of memory, and the rear is set to 48 million + 8 million + 5 million pixels. Because the 5G baseband requires extra board space, the Samsung A90 5G version may be less than the 4G version of the 4500mAh battery.

There is not a lot of information about the Samsung A91. The news said that the aircraft will be equipped with a 108 million pixel main camera + 16 million pixel wide-angle lens + 12 million pixel telephoto lens + ToF lens.
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Huawei Mate20 X 5G: The first 5G smartphone

Huawei Mate20 X 5G

The Huawei , the world's leading technology company, today launched the first smartphone 5G in the Portuguese market, the flagship variant Mate20 supporting new connection speeds and features that allow speed data exchange.

The Huawei Mate20 X 5G, equipped with two chipsets - Balong 5000 and Kirin 980, guarantees a premium experience that includes high speed connectivity, a large screen , long battery life and more.

The Huawei Mate20 X 5G features a 7.2 inch leveraging a broad spectrum of patented technologies to support standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) 5G network modes as well as multiple generations of networking technology, allowing consumers to get high-speed connectivity regardless of operators' mobile network infrastructure. The Huawei Mate20 X 5G will be available in Portugal in August, starting at € 1099.

An immersive experience in a 5G world

Anticipating the new possibilities for entertainment and productivity that the 5G will bring, the Huawei Mate20 X 5G is equipped with a 7.2 inch FullView Display that offers a large viewing area for an immersive experience.

Available as a separate purchase, Huawei M-Pen adds a new interaction mode with the Huawei Mate20 X 5G. Withstanding 4,096 pressure levels, the M-Pen works seamlessly with a variety of productivity applications 2 to allow users to get more moving. Outside the office, the powerful pen enriches the experience in leisure and entertainment applications. For example, users can use it to turn pages in supported ebook applications, mimicking the way physical books are read for a more authentic reading experience.
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Vivo's first 5G product was launched in August



Sina Digital News July 17th afternoon news, today's 2019 IMT-2020 (5G) summit was held in Beijing, the vice president of Vivo communication research institute Qin Fei participated in the summit, the speech entitled "5G enabling smart terminal" .





  At the summit, Qin Fei said in an exchange with industry reporters that the 5G terminal part, the iQOO 5G version of the mobile phone will be available on August 2019, and has obtained the 5G product certification.

  In the actual experience of the summit, the 5G terminal speed of Vivo is stable more than 1Gbps, and the standby situation, signal stability, and fever index are basically the same as the actual 4G mobile phone. Qin Fei also said that the iQOO 5G version of the mobile phone, whether it is the price or the volume, will "provide surprises, so that users can really enjoy the convenience of 5G in the 5G year."

  In the subsequent speech, Qin Fei said that the 5G signal could not be seen and touched. How to quantify the changes brought about by 5G, only the upgrade of product and service experience is the most fundamental response. Specifically, 5G mobile phones will have new functions and services, and what new 5G terminal forms, 5G terminals can help us to do things, will bring convenience and improvement to work, study, life, these scenes are very application Conducive to user changes and understanding of 5G promotion.




  On the choice of NSA and SA, which currently has widespread controversy, Qin Fei said: The existence of NSA is an objective requirement. It can use the existing 4G network universal service and has an irreplaceable role in the early stage of 5G development. China has the largest NSA 5G network in the world, and this networking solution is also applied to developed countries such as Korea, the United States, and the United Kingdom.

  Although SA is a mature networking method in the future, the SA network needs to be gradual from the establishment to true maturity and will go through a long period of time. At present, such a large-scale NSA solution will continue to be used and will not be abandoned, so that all NSA single-mode 5G mobile phones launched this year will be used normally in the next year or even in the next ten years, from the experience of 5G networks and 5G applications. From the above point of view, there will be no difference.

  However, the current description of 5G scenes, most of the time is still in the "laboratory" stage, that is, it can not be achieved in most scenarios, and does not have universal representation. For terminal manufacturers such as Vivo, how to achieve at least 95% of the time and regional coverage of 5G is the most practical. Vivo summarizes this universally representative, 5G-capable terminal as data rate, end-to-end delay, data traffic, and connectivity.




  Vivo believes that the provision of smart and warm service is the starting point of the 5G era. Based on these characteristics, Vivo believes that to achieve 5G services, the main body must be 5G smartphones, but not only limited to the 5G mobile phone itself but should be the "5G mobile phone + smart ecology" system.

  Based on the above considerations, Vivo proposes a hardware product development strategy of “one main and three auxiliary” to the 5G era, and a systematic strategy for building the AI ​​connectivity system platform capability. In the future, Vivo will provide users with a more extreme 5G upgrade experience through 5G mobile phones, AR glasses, watches, headsets, and other wearable devices, and realize passive service to active service upgrade through intelligent AI platform.

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One Plus 7 Pro 5G Edition Receives 3C Certification with Qualcomm X50 5G Modem



On July 15th, another 5G mobile phone received 3C certification, which is a plus 7 Pro 5G version. One Plus 7 Pro 5G is based on the One Plus 7 Pro, with Qualcomm X50 5G modem, plus 7 Pro 5G equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, equipped with 8GB RAM and 256GB built-in non-expandable storage.




In other respects, the One Plus 7 Pro 5G is almost identical to the One Plus 7 Pro. It also has a 4,000mAh battery, linear motor, dual stereo speakers, 90hz refresh rate display, faster UFS 3.0 flash memory and Warp Charge 30W super fast charge. .

On June 12th, Huawei Mate 20 X 5G version passed 3C certification (model EVR-AN00), which is Huawei's first 3G mobile phone certified by 3C. It is also the first 5G mobile phone in China to receive 3C certification.

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Cheapest laser radars

Cheapest laser radars


If the arrival of the 5G shows the way to standalone cars, there are still many obstacles to the new technology. One of them is the high price of environment detection systems - and among them, some of the most important are LiDar devices.

For those unfamiliar with the world of standalone cars, LiDar is the acronym for Laser Pulse-Based Radar. In Portuguese, something like Radar the base of Laser Pulses. Nowadays, Lidar systems can cost up to $ 75,000 - which would, of course, make any car that would need to add that price to the final label.

The good news came from a manufacturer that is leaving the others with their hair standing. Luminar has warned it will start selling its LiDar systems for less than $ 1,000 a unit. That is a value that becomes accessible to the manufacturers, who can make plans to incorporate the systems in autonomous cars, without making the price unfeasible.

To get an idea of ​​the size of the price reduction, Waymo - a Google-owned company - had the best offer so far - its LiDar systems hit the market for $ 7,500. After the announcement of Luminar charging less than a thousand dollars for yours, the rest of the industry will have to redo the accounts ...

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