Samsung Exynos 5100 supports smartphones with 5G networks

Samsung Exynos 5100 (support 5G)
Samsung has developed the 5G modem, and first, flaunt it in term of technology Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this year. Now, Samsung has officially announced the product and named it Exynos 5100. This is the first Samsung 5G modem and in accordance with the standards of 3GPP.

Like a modem on Exynos 9810 chipset that is on the Galaxy S9, S9 + and Note 9, Exynos 5100 modem built in the process of creating a supportive network of 10nm old as 2 g GSM/CDMA, 3 g WCDMA, TD-SCDMA HSPA, LTE and 4 g in a single chip solution.

More important than that, the modem is a 5G network hardware that fully supports sub-6 GHz mmWave spectrum and defined by 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project).

This means that the chip can achieve theoretical speeds up to 2Gbps using frequency sub-6 GHz and up to 6Gbps in mmWave.

This is called transfer rate 1.7 times and 5 times faster than its predecessor while using sub-6 GHz mmWave and arrangements.

These chips became a major breakthrough for the user as well as help bring closer to some of the technology that has long been anticipated as IoT (Internet of Things), holographic video, ultra-high resolution, artificial intelligence (AI) real-time, and technology Steering autonomous.

Samsung promises to bring the modem to the consumer at the end of 2018, which is known from GSM Arena.


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