Modem 5G: Huawei vs Samsung vs Qualcomm in the analysis of the IHS, Markit
The first modem 5G Huawei, the Balong 5000, is bigger, more expensive and less efficient than the counterpart Qualcomm, the Snapdragon X50 and Samsung, the Exynos 5100. It argues for an analysis of the market research company IHS, Markit, the details of which are reported by VentureBeat.
The analysis was carried out after the first six smartphone 5G on the market (the precise list has not been provided, but it does not take much imagination to stilarlo: of course Galaxy S10 5G and Mate 20 X 5G, and four between Oppo Reno 5G, Lenovo Z6 Pro 5G, LG V50 5G, Axon 10 Pro 5G and the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G. Notes 10 Plus 5G is not yet in circulation). The main conclusions are that Snapdragon X50 and Exynos 5100 have more or less the same size, while the Balong 5000 is wider by about 50% - and also requires a quantity of "striking off" of memory support, 3 GB.
Taking into account the size of a motherboard for a smartphone, it is worth remembering that we are talking about a few millimeters, but that make all the difference. From the choice of Huawei derives a motherboard larger, which results consequently in a reduction of size for the other components - the first to be a sacrifice, it is inevitably the battery. The chip Huawei this on Mate 20 X also has a couple of other negative aspects: it does not support the millimeter wave and radio are separate for 4G and 5G.Three cameras for maximum fun at a price the top? Huawei Mate 20 Pro, on offer today from Mobzilla.en 419 euros, or from ePrice to 491 euros. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING