According to reputed tech publication GSMArena’s report, MediaTek will launch 5G chips later this month.
Huawei, Samsung and Qualcomm have already launched a chipset that supports 5G, and the next one is MediaTek. The Taiwanese semiconductor manufacturer officially announced that the new 5G chipset will be available in May. This means there are still up to 9 days for them to make an announcement.
The Helio M70 5G modem is MediaTek’s first-generation 5G solution. It’s a 5G modem with LTE and 5G dual connectivity (EN-DC). The Helio M70 has multi-mode support for each cellular connection from 2G to 5G. The Helio M70 supports bands below 6 GHz and initial non-independent (NSA) and future stand-alone (SA) 5G network architectures. However, the modem has not yet been officially launched or delivered to actual smartphone manufacturers.
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MediaTek’s current top priority is 5G and AI. The previously released MediaTek P90’s powerful AI capability allowed users to easily take more realistic photos. It also gave real-time 3D gesture tracking, real-time multi-object recognition, real-time accent translation and full-body virtual image support. It allowed users real-world augmentation and other new experiences!
So guys what do you think? Would MediaTek 5G chips be as successful as their counterparts? Would they see widespread adoption by smartphone manufacturers and their likes? Do let us know in the comments section below!
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