Samsung announces new 5G chips that could take on Huawei

Samsung has just launched new chips to bolster its tech portfolio. These news chips were launched in the company’s Mobile World Congress 2021 conference and could eye ‘s business as well.


For those unaware, the Chinese telecom equipment maker has faced a ban on its products in certain regions. This has affected its business operations, with rival brands seeking to scoop up its market share. Now, the South Korean tech giant has just launched three new chips that could also take on ’s busienss. With advancement in wireless technology, a 5G modem would offer a notable improvement to an average consumer.

Thus, has introduced its second generation of modem SoCs (system on chip) that is capable of doubling the capacity of an upcoming baseband chip while using just half of the power compared to its predecessor. The company is also aiming on delivering a new generation of millimeter wave radio frequency integrated circuit (RFIC) with much smaller antennas and lower power consumption.

Furthermore, the brand also teased its 6G plans as well in MWC 2021, with its efforts looking beyond by using high frequency terahertz wireless and testing a 140GHz wireless link as well. also added that its 6G plans would also include mixed reality, “high fidelity” holograms, and even digital replicas of real technology. Although, the 6G technology is just a teaser for the future since the world has yet to fully adopt networking.

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