Qualcomm announces Snapdragon 750G chip with 5G connectivity
Snapdragon 750G offers select Qualcomm Elite Gaming features to allow for smooth, low-latency gameplay for richer entertainment quality.
HMD Global, maker of Nokia phones wants to make India its export hub
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Nokia phone maker HMD to use part of its freshly-raised $230 million on Indian operations
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Qualcomm optimistic about India's 5G prospects, expects high-velocity progress
Tech titan Qualcomm has said it is bullish about 5G prospects in India based on positive market indicators, including large base of telecom subscribers, sheer potential for device proliferation, and transformative power of the futuristic technology in areas such as healthcare and education.
Jio, Qualcomm align efforts on 5G, achieve over 1Gbps speed in trials in US
Qualcomm Technologies and Reliance Jio on October 21 announced they achieved over a 1 Gbps milestone speed on the Jio 5GNR solution, leverag...
Jio, Qualcomm successfully test 5G solutions in India, achieve speed of over 1 Gbps
This work is intended to fast track the development and roll out of indigenous 5G network infrastructure and services in India, the companies said in a joint release.
Qualcomm brings 5G to more affordable smartphones with Snapdragon 690
"We are focussed on bringing 5G to everyone...We have more than 60 OEMs who have launched or announced 5G devices and we have more than 375 5G devices either in the market or out. 5G is deploying much more rapidly than 4G," Deepu John, senior director of product management at Qualcomm, said.
Qualcomm pushes 5G tech into chips for cheaper phones
The new chip, called the Snapdragon 690, will go into devices that it expects to retail at $300 to $500, Qualcomm said. Phone makers such as HMD Global, the owner of the Nokia phone brand, LG Electronics Inc and Lenovo Group Ltd's Motorola plan to use the chips, Qualcomm said.
Jio Platforms, Qualcomm successfully test 5G solutions, clock over 1 Gbps speed in trials
The announcement follows through from the Reliance AGM 2020, where Chairman Mukesh Ambani announced plans for a 100 percent "homegrown 5G" network in India.
Samsung may log $54.5bn in sales, to sell 80mn Galaxy phones in Q3
Samsung was projected to log $54.5 billion in sales in the July-September period, up 3.1 percent from a year earlier, while operating profit was estimated to surge 33.7 per cent (year-on-year) to $8.8 billion over the period, according to Yonhap Infomax, the financial news arm of Yonhap News Agency.
Nokia launches two affordable smartphones
The Nokia 3.4 comes with triple rear cameras as well as sports a hole-punch display design, while the Nokia 2.4 comes with a waterdrop-style display notch and houses dual rear cameras.
Jio Platforms receives Rs 2624.50 cr from Intel Capital, Qualcomm
While Intel Capital gets 0.39% of equity , Qualcomm Asia Pacific gets 0.15% in Jio Platform. Intel has invested Rs 1894.50 crore and Qualcomm has put in Rs 730 crore .
OnePlus India R&D centre to become its largest globally by 2022
“Our OnePlus R&D centre in India is already playing a crucial role by establishing itself as a global R&D base for the brand, particularly from the software development front with contributions towards global markets as well, including European and North America markets,” Ramagopala Reddy, Vice President, OnePlus R&D, India, told ET.
India R&D centre making significant contribution, will be our largest such facility by 2022: OnePlus
"Our R&D facility in India is already playing a crucial role for OnePlus by establishing itself as a global R&D base for the brand, particularly from the software development front, with contributions towards global markets as well, including European Union and North America markets," OnePlus Vice President R&D India Ramagopala Reddy told .
PLI scheme to bring production to India: Jim Cathey, President, Qualcomm
“The timing of the PLI scheme is very, very strategic, very smart. India's already been attracting manufacturing to relocate there. It's a question of how deep that manufacturing goes,” Jim Cathey, president at Qualcomm told the Economic Times Global Townhall virtual summit.