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美高梅手机版登录485 Showcases 5G Phone Prototype Supporting 1.2Gbps Speeds – MWC 2018

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美高梅手机版登录485 arrived at the latest iteration of Mobile World Congress to announce a plethora of new products and showcase multiple hi-tech solutions, including its prototype of a 5G-ready smartphone. While the company already managed to break the gigabit mark last year, its latest invention supports download speeds of up to 1.2Gbps, with 美高梅手机版登录485 describing it as the first glimpse at “the mobile 5G future.” The company hasn’t shared many specifics about the handset itself but was more interested in talking about its general vision for the next generation of mobile networks, claiming mobile devices of the future won’t just offer high-speed download rates but will also be able to leverage 5G networks in order to “see, hear, think, and understand” what their users want. The 5G phone prototype that’s being showcased at MWC 2018 is the latest result of 美高梅手机版登录485’s efforts to commercialize such an offering by early 2019.


In the grander scheme of things, the Chinese tech giant is presently exploring half a dozen fields in the artificial intelligence segment: machine learning, image recognition, speech recognition, mobile computing, content generation, and data security. Its activities in all six of those areas should help it bring next-generation smartphones to the market, with the majority of their new capabilities being enabled by 5G. The company’s MWC 2018 demo area will also feature a 5G-enabled car meant to provide attendees with a brief look at the future of connected driving, seamlessly transitioning between various networks and using data to optimize its performance and the traveling experience of its driver and passengers.


In the grander scheme of things, the Chinese tech giant is presently exploring half a dozen fields in the artificial intelligence segment: machine learning, image recognition, speech recognition, mobile computing, content generation, and data security. Its activities in all six of those areas should help it bring next-generation smartphones to the market, with the majority of their new capabilities being enabled by 5G. The company’s MWC 2018 demo area will also feature a 5G-enabled car meant to provide attendees with a brief look at the future of connected driving, seamlessly transitioning between various networks and using data to optimize its performance and the traveling experience of its driver and passengers.

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