NEW DELHI: Samsung is all set to launch the 5G variant of its mid-range smartphone — Galaxy A51 in the US. The company launched the smartphone in the region in April this year for $400. But now Samsung has confirmed that it will launch the new 5G version of Galaxy A51 which will be priced at $500. The smartphone will be available for purchase from Verizon and T-Mobile. For those unaware, the Samsung Galaxy A51 is powered by the company’s own octa-core Exynos 9611 chipset paired with Mali-G72 GPU. The smartphone features a 6.5-inch full HD+ display with a 1080x2400 pixel resolution. Samsung Galaxy A51 offers 6GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage. Users can further expand the storage up to 512GB by adding a microSD card. The device runs Android 10 operating system topped with Samsung’s own One UI 2.0. The smartphone is equipped with an in-display fingerprint sensor. Samsung Galaxy A51 sports a quad-camera setup which consists of 48MP main sensor with LED flash, f/2.0 … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy A51 5G variant to launch in US soon
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China Mobile and Huawei have jointly taken 5G connectivity to literally a new height by bringing the network to the summit of Mount Everest. The companies recently finished building the world’s highest 5G base station at an altitude of 6,500 meters. Together with the launch of the Gigabit optical fibre network at the attitude of 6,500 meters, Huawei says that it will now enable China Mobile to run its dual gigabit network on Mount Everest. Huawei has offered its end-to-end solutions in the construction of China Mobile’s Everest dual gigabit network, where base stations were built in Mount Everest Base Camp at the altitude of 5,300 meters, the Transition Camp at 5,800 meters, and the Forward Camp at 6,500 meters. Huawei claims that its 5G AAU and SPN technologies are applied at these base stations, where network maintenance and optimisation are done by a dozen network specialists who station 24/7 in regions at altitudes of 5,300 meters and above. Huawei claims that its 5G … [Read more...] about China Mobile and Huawei establish world’s highest 5G site on Mount Everest
So for any country, particularly in Eastern Europe, that has widespread existing deployments of Huawei, there's a huge economic cost to try to transition away from that in a sort of hard-cut, unless we're able to successfully open up those interfaces in a way that has real ease of interoperability. I think that will continue to be a major driver in different countries' decisions, in which direction they go. And that's why, in my mind, insisting on a security threat, and trying to strong-arm countries into coming along with the US in foregoing Chinese equipment. . . it would be much better if we were to go this route and try to promote these open interfaces, and try to find a way to have interoperability between existing 4G networks and new 5G equipment, in a way that doesn't have quite as much of a performance impact as it does today. … [Read more...] about Could ‘Open’ systems negate Huawei’s influence on 5G?
Samsung has just announced the launch of the Galaxy A51 5G in the U.S this week. The phone, already sold internationally, will join the Galaxy A71 and Samsung Galaxy S20 as the company's U.S. slate of 5G phones. It will also be the cheapest phone Samsung's selling with the next-gen wireless standard at $499.99. … [Read more...] about The Galaxy A51 is now Samsung’s cheapest 5G phone in the U.S.
The restoration of partial mobile phone manufacturing has been marred by challenges and may be discontinued if supply chain companies do not get approvals from authorities, according to a status report submitted by industry body ICEA to the government. The India Cellular and Electronics Association (ICEA), which represents companies like Apple, Vivo, Oppo, Huawei, Foxconn, Wistron and Flex, also flagged the issue of labour unavailability. Mobile phone production in the country is estimated to have crossed Rs 2 lakh crore in annual production value, with factories in Uttar Pradesh contributing around 60 per cent of the total. Besides, the mobile phone makers are facing around 400 per cent rise in international freight tariff, which is expected to increase the cost of production, according to the ICEA status report submitted to the Ministry of Electronics and IT on May 11. While almost all mobile phones sold in India are made in the country, the manufacturers are required to import … [Read more...] about Mobile phone manufacturing may be discontinued due to restrictions on supply chain companies: ICEA