Huawei to launch 5G chips and phones by June 2019

Huawei To Launch Commercial 5G Chips Next Year

For years, big telco shows have teased the promise of 5G.

At MWC Shanghai 2018, China Mobile worked with Huawei and Let in VR to jointly demonstrate the industrys first VR broadcasting service based on 5G network slicing, creating an immersive live experience for exhibition guests. Huawei's CEO also believes that virtual and augmented reality platforms would grow significantly with the introduction of 5G support. But the IP market is still waiting to see more concrete licence proposals from a company that's unique in combining huge contributions to 5G standards with a leading global device business.

Statements like these are proof-positive that 5G is rounding the corner and heading into the home stretch.

With the fifth generation of mobile networks seemingly around the corner, Huawei wants to be the first one to greet it at the door with mobile chips and smartphones.

Xu said that 4G networks are hard-pressed to meet current user demand.

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Addressing a Mobile World Congress event held in Shanghai yesterday, Huawei Chairman Eric Xu called for lower royalty rates and a transparent framework to be the cornerstones of a 5G licensing paradigm.

Huawei has always been one of the leaders in pushing 5G technology ahead of the worldwide expected launch of the new superfast networks in 2020.

Huawei has confirmed it plans to roll-out commercial solutions for 5G non-standalone networks in September this year, with 5G standalone network solutions in March 2019.

Chinese technology giant Huawei announced thatit will launch 5G-ready Kirin chips in March 2019 and 5G smartphone in June 2019.

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