Samsung released a number of 5G mobile phone chips: On April 4th news Samsung announced that the company has begun mass production of its 5G chips.
Samsung’s various 5G chips include the Exynos Modem 5100, which includes a 5G multimode chipset, which was the world’s first 3G modem compatible with the 3GPP 5G new air interface (5G-NR) standard. It is also a chip from the Galaxy S10 5G version, which was launched in South Korea on Wednesday.
Samsung said its mass production of the single-chip RF transceiver Exynos RF 5500 and the power modulator solution Exynos SM 5800 has also started. The Exynos RF 5500 features 14 receiver paths for download, 4×4 MIMO and high-order 256 QAM (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation) for data transmission in 5G networks; the Exynos SM 5800 enables high-speed data transmission in the device. Can still help increase power efficiency by 30%.
All three chips support the 5G-NR sub-6GHz spectrum and traditional wireless access technology.
However, for the Galaxy S10 5G version sold abroad, some will use Qualcomm’s X50 chip as a modem.
Although Samsung is a global leader in memory semiconductors, it has lagged behind competitors such as Intel and Qualcomm in traditional chips.