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Your next smartphone could get 1Gbps download speeds: Qualcomm

Though telecom operators are yet to even start setting up their 5G networks, chipmaker Qualcomm today outlined how it plans to make upcoming smartphones and other gears future proof. Sadly, it won't be until 2018 that we will be able to make any use of this. The company today also announced refreshed processors for entry-level and mid-range smartphones.  SEE ALSO: Australia will have a 5G network by 2020, says Vodafone CTO At its 4G/5G Summit in Hong Kong today, Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon X50, the world’s first 5G modem which is capable of supporting download speeds up to 5Gbps.
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