Qualcomm’s 5G modems dominate the market, not simply in phones however conjointly in any computing or networking merchandise that requires to support the next-gen network. MediaTek, of course, didn’t take that sitting down and has launched its own line of Density mobile application processors or APs to administer phone makers an alternative choice, prompting Qualcomm to fireside back with 5G-capable mid-range processors within the Snapdragon 6-series and even the 4-series. Currently, MediaTek is creating a subsequent move to strike at one space wherever Qualcomm wont to be unquestioned, support for mmWave 5G.
The MediaTek M80 electronic equipment carries support for each Sub-6GHz and mmWave 5G on one chip, gap the doors for additional humanoid phones to support each type of network. Just like the Helio M70 electronic equipment before it, the M80 may begin out as a standalone chip that phone manufacturers can create space for within their devices. Eventually, MediaTek may integrate it into future Dimensity processors additionally.
The availability of the M80 modems is important not just for smartphones however even for devices like laptops and Chromebooks. On the far side simply the new generation of MediaTek-powered Chrome OS devices, the 5G electronic equipment may conjointly offer Intel-based computers an alternative choice for 5G property as they compete for market share against ARM-based, specifically Snapdragon-powered, computers.
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