Qualcomm tied up with 6 Chinese companies to make 5G smartphones
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Qualcomm, the famous chipset company which powers most of the smartphone in the market has signed up with 6 Chinese electronics company to make 5G smartphones as well as other devices by 2019.

The 6 Chinese companies are – Lenovo Group, Guangdong OPPO Mobile Telecommunications, Vivo Communication Technology, Xiaomi Communications, ZTE Mobile Devices and Wingtech Technology.

Qualcomm President, Cristiano Amon said,”5G will bring massive opportunities to the mobile industry, and we are excited to work with these manufacturers on this 5G Pioneer Initiative. Qualcomm Technologies has close relationships within China’s mobile and semiconductor ecosystem, and we’ll continue to work with this ecosystem to drive innovation as we move from the 3G/4G era to the 5G era.”

Vivo Chief Officer Wei Shen said,”In the coming 5G era, we are pleased to maintain a close relationship with Qualcomm Technologies and continue to introduce high-quality smartphones while expanding our overseas business.”

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Qualcomm tied up with 6 Chinese companies to make 5G phones
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