A global transition to 5G networks will finally commence by 2019. At its annual summit in Maui, Hawaii, Qualcomm outlined the roadmap of the next-generation wireless technology. “A new decade of wireless is here… Now,” Penny Baldwin, Qualcomm’s Chief Marketing Officer announced at the beginning of the keynote address on Day 1 and the newly announced Snapdragon 855 will be a key driver of the adoption of 5G. While Qualcomm refrained from revealing the technical details of it’s newest flagship chipset for mobiles, it left no stone unturned to convince 350 odd journalists the company has invited for the Summit, that 5G is indeed right around the corner.
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