5G networks will take time to implement, and as we transition from 1Gbps to 5G, Qualcomm rolled out a solution that doubles download speeds.
Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon X24 LTE modem has started sampling to manufacturers and we care because with this modem in your next phone, you could theoretically hit download speeds of up to 2Gbps (!). There are a number of factors thatShow More Summary
Qualcomm on Wednesday revealed the Snapdragon X24, its latest LTE modem for mobile devices, with peak download speeds hitting 2 gigabits per second -- though Apple may choose to forego the technology in its next iPhones.
Qualcomm today announced the Snapdragon X24, a Cat 20 LTE modem with support for downloads up to 2 Gbps, to its hardware partners. The X24 is built on a 7nm FinFET process and includes advanced LTE technologies, such as 7-channel carrier aggregation, 4x4 MIMO on up to five carriers, and Massive MIMO. Show More Summary
Qualcomm today announced their latest LTE model X24 that can deliver download speeds of up to 2 Gbps. It is also the first-announced chip built on a leading-edge 7 nanometer FinFET process that will lead to better power efficiency. The...Show More Summary
The new Snapdragon X24 modem and Wireless Edge Services will enable powerful 5G use cases outside of the mobile industry.
You future smartphone could be ridiculously fast even without 5G. That's the promise of Qualcomm's latest LTE chip: the Snapdragon X24, which the company says is capable of hitting blazing-fast download speeds of up to 2 gigabits per...Show More Summary
Following Qualcomm’s announcement that 37 manufacturing and carrier partners are working to bring 5G wireless devices to market in 2019, the San Diego-based company today announced Snapdragon X24, the world’s first 2Gb per second 4G/LTE...Show More Summary
Even as the race toward real-world 5G picks up steam, LTE technology as it exists will remain crucial for most of us in the next few years. Qualcomm's latest gigabit LTE modem, the X24, can reach speeds of 2 Gbps (where supported by carriers) -- a significant jump from the 1.2 Gbps promised by its predecessor, the X20. Show More Summary