5G connectivity is taking over the world, at least in the smartphones department. But as all things evolve and advance, Qualcomm made an even faster internet connectivity modem. The 5G modem is called Snapdragon X60 and is a new tech from Qualcomm.
The upcoming modem is faster and works much better than the current modems on the market. As good as it all sounds, we won’t see the Snapdragon X60 modem on the market so soon. The upcoming modem is constructed on a 5mm architecture.
Qualcomm Snapdragon X60 5G modem
Qualcomm is an American manufacturer, a company that is focusing on the ability of the modem to adapt to many other functions. Their goal is to make the new 5G Snapdragon X60 operable for all sorts of users.
The flexibility of the upcoming Snapdragon X60 modem stands in the variety of the network’s choices it has, such as mmWave and sub-6 GHz, as well as lower frequency bands. On top of that, the new modem supports both NA and NSA alternatives. Of course, both NA and NSA options have the ability to use them for higher speeds.
The Snapdragon X60 modem shape and size have more benefits than the previous modems made, such as the smaller antenna, which occupies less space. The tests of the new modem look very promising as well, with 7Gbps in download and 3Gbps in the upload.
More details on Qualcomm Snapdragon X60 5G modem
Where is the new Snapdragon X60 5G modem going to be used for? The faster and better modem is going to be used for the premium version of the smartphones. Qualcomm company are expected to test the Snapdragon X60 at the end of this year, but the modem will not go live until the next year, in 2021. That’s what the company suggested at the launch of the new 5G modem.
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