Samsung 5G Chip Starts Mass Production

Samsung 5G Chip Starts Mass Production
Source: Samsung

Technology-Portfolio.Net - Many smartphone companies are preparing to welcome 5G technology. Including Samsung, which claims to be ready for mass production of 5G chips.

The Samsung Exynos 5100 chip has been equipped with 5G technology. This chip will be used for what smartphone?.

Most likely this 5G chip will be used for the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G smartphone. As is known, the Samsung Galaxy S10 currently does not support 5G networks.

The Exynos 5100 chip supports 5G multi-mode. But it's not just this chip that's ready for mass production.

Samsung has also prepared a single-chip radio frequency transceiver, Exynos RF 55 and an Exynos SM 5800 supply modulator.

The Exynos chip will also be used on the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Smartphone. This smartphone itself is prepared to be released soon.

The Samsung Exynos 5100 itself was revealed in August 2018 ago. Samsung claims to be the first 5G modem chip to support the 3GGP's 5G New Radio standard (5G-NR).

Exynos 5100 itself is claimed to be able to provide speeds of 5x faster than 4G. Also increases 4G connectivity to 6 Gbps download speeds.

Whereas Exynos RF 5500 has 14 receiver lines for downloading, 4x4 MIMO (Multiple-Input, Multiple-Output), and and many more 5G network support.

Then the Exynos SM5800 is claimed to be able to increase power consumption efficiency by up to 30 percent. These three chips support the 5G-NR sub-6-gigahertz (GHz) spectrum.

In essence, the 5G chip from Samsung will bring 5G technology to their latest smartphone, including the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.

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