Verizon works with Samsung, Qualcomm to achieve 4.2 Gbps on its 5G network


“Verizon said that it worked with Samsung Electronics Americas, Motorola Mobility and Qualcomm to demonstrate 5G peak speeds of 4.2 Gbps on its live 5G network in Texas. It did this using carrier aggregation, a technology that combines multiple channels of spectrum. The four companies combined eight separate channels of mmWave spectrum to achieve the multi-gigabit speeds on Motorola’s upcoming flagship smartphone.”

A total of 800MHz of spectrum was used. Samsung provided the 28 GHz AP that Verizon is currently using. The handset was built by Motorola using Qualcomm Snapdragon 55 RF modem chip. Qualcomm has already recently introduced Snapdragon 60.

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