MANILA, Philippines — As governments around the world reevaluate adoption of 5G networks being rolled out by Chinese tech giants due to security issues, the United States is enjoining its allies, including the Philippines, to consider alternatives offered by firms not influenced by China’s government.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 5G marks a return to the high-end value flagship space in India for Xiaomi, after having spent the past few years dominating the budget smartphone market. The company is well known for pushing the kinds of features and specifications that get people talking, especially when they’re launched in low-cost phones that make giants such as Samsung look bad. That’s pretty much the exact game plan here – the Mi 10 5G’s headlining feature is its 108-megapixel camera, which matches the absurdly expensive Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra but at a fraction of the price.
Paris — France will authorise the use of some of Huawei’s equipment in the rollout of its 5G network, two sources close to the matter told Reuters, despite US calls to exclude the Chinese telecom giant from the West’s next-generation communications.
The French cybersecurity agency, ANSSI, is due to tell telecom operators which equipment they are allowed to use for the deployment of their 5G network in France, but has not made public any decision.
As European governments consider the level of Huawei’s involvement in their 5G infrastructure, the Chinese telecommunications company has made it clear that Europe needs Huawei’s 5G products.
During a press conference in London, the message from executive director Ryan Ding was unequivocal: Huawei knows what European network operators want, and is ready to cater for their needs.
Nobody can accuse the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G of not taking photography seriously. Flagship of the new S20 family, its four main cameras includes a whopping 100x “Space Zoom” courtesy of a clever folded telephoto lens. It’s one of the first things I played with when SlashGear’s Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G review unit landed, but as I quickly discovered, just because you can zoom, doesn’t mean you should.
The OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren was T-Mobile’s second 5G smartphone, but thanks to the complexity of 5G networks, it’s actually going to get even faster mobile internet today, months after its original release, thanks to a new software update.
The update allows for the phone to use T-Mobile’s 600MHz LTE and 600MHz 5G networks simultaneously, which the company says will improve download speeds as well as enable more reliably accessible 5G uploads in more places. Similarly, T-Mobile says that the dual-connection update will help it offer more upload bandwidth to customers across 5G and LTE networks.
Apple is designing its own antennas for an upcoming line of 5G phones, according to a new report.
phones’ design plans, Fast Company reported on Friday that Apple is opting to design the antenna in-houseCiting sources familiar with the , instead of using Qualcomm’s QTM 525 millimeter-wave antenna, because Qualcomm’s (QCOM) – Get Report version didn’t suit its design specifications. Apple (APPL) shares closed at $324.95 on Friday.