At the moment, the Qualcomm is the only company which owned compatible processor with 5G, and a wizard show here is the Snapdragon 855 which can be found in the majority of leading smartphones available in the market today. However, you should take into account that smart phones equipped with the processor Snapdragon 855 does not support all networks 5G.
This is because of the Qualcomm X50 compatible with the 5G is still separate from the processor itself, which means that there are some phones that use the processor Snapdragon 855 which does not support 5G. However, it seems that Samsung is already working on merging it all together, or at least that’s what he’s referring to a report released recently from South Korea which says that Samsung is stealing in the development of the first processor that supports generation networks 5G in the market.
What this means is that in the future, it will be possible to see processors Exynos built-in modem 5G. When will we see it? If the content of this report is true, then maybe we’ll see it by the end of this year, although it remains to be seen whether processors Exynos that supports 5G networks will appear for the first time with the Galaxy Note 10 coming or not.
It has also been said that Qualcomm and MediaTek are working also on similar solutions, but it is reported that the company Samsung will be in it before you say other companies do it.