Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X75 could solve many 5G phone problems

The next generation of 5G connectivity is here. This week Qualcomm introduced its new Snapdragon X75 chipset; which, according to its own statements, is the world’s first smartphone modem that supports the 5G-Advanced standard.

Don’t blame yourself if you’ve never heard of 5G Advanced as it’s a brand new technology that won’t even exist yet until 2024 (opens in new tab). All you really need to know now is that new standard aims to improve (opens in new tab) the latency, coverage, mobility and power efficiency of 5G, resulting in better overall mobile performance. The goal of this chip, according to the announcement, is to provide fast connectivity to “rural, suburban and dense urban communities” alike. From the looks of it, Qualcomm is equipping the new chipset with everything it needs to achieve the high performance it claims to be.

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