Look At The World’s First Ever 5G Smartphone By Qualcomm Technologies

Recently we just had a glimpse of world’s first ever 5G smartphone which is claimed to be developed by popular Qualcomm Company. These 5G smartphone leaks are found out by the guy named Sherif Hanna’s twitter account in which we can see that he’s holding first ever 5G Qualcomm Snapdragon smartphone featuring a dual-lens camera on the rear side.

Sherif Hanna is working as a marketing lead for latest LTE and 5G network technologies, so on his recent tweet, he just posted world’s first ever Qualcomm based 5G prototype smartphone.

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Everything About Qualcomm 5G Smartphone

Talking more about the Qualcomm 5G smartphone, from the image we can say that it has a horizontal dual-camera lens setup with a vertically spaced dual LED flash feature. There is also a big viewable Qualcomm Snapdragon logo at the bottom of the all-new 5G smartphone. Its look like it comes with a bigger display (around 6 inches) so it’s quite bigger than we expected and we don’t have to worry about the all-new Qualcomm 5G smartphone hardware configurations because most of the all present flagship smartphones are using Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, so we may expect that the all-new Qualcomm 5G smartphone would also come with advanced hardware configurations.

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However, the all-new 5G feature phone which is shown on Sherif Hannah’s tweet is only a prototype which is now in testing process with ultra-fast 5G network speeds and Sherif also claimed that the Qualcomm 5G phone is capable of supporting 2G/3G/4G and 5G networks.

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Qualcomm has also recently mentioned at 2017 4G/5G summit that they are working on first ever 5G smartphone prototype and also they claimed that it’ll work on single-chip modem network technology with more than download speeds of GB per second.  On 4G/5G summit Cristiano Amon who is an executive vice president of Qualcomm technologies said that mobile data growth is expected to be more than 30X times more than present reports.

Pictures Source: Sherif Hanna, wikipedia.org