Just before the opening of Mobile World Congress 2019, the latest mobile phone developed by Huawei, the SoC Kirin 980, has won the ‘Innovative Breakthrough in Mobile Technology Award’ from the Global TD-LTE Initiative (GTI), showing that Kirin 980 has been widely recognized for its contributions to the TD-LTE industry. As an industry-leading end-to-end (E2E) convergence solution provider, Huawei is actively engaged in R&D to promote the E2E maturity of the LTE industry and bring better mobile communication experiences to users.
Nowadays, with the increasing usage scenarios of apps on mobile devices and the rise of video and gaming apps, end users expect better mobile network connectivity from mobile phones. Kirin 980 is the world’s first to support LTE Cat.21, which provides the industry-leading downlink rate of 1.4 Gbps. It flexibly fits frequency band combinations of different operators around the world and enables high-speed experience over different operators’ networks, greatly promoting the innovation of the TD-LTE industry.
Huawei has also launched the 5G multi-mode device chipset Balong 5000, targeting the 5G era. This chipset achieves the industry benchmark 5G rate of 4.6 Gbps@Sub-6 GHz and 6.5 Gbps@mmWave, which is 10 times that of the 4G LTE experience rate, offering super-fast 5G communication experiences.
Kirin 980, coupled with Balong 5000, will provide a complete 5G device solution. Huawei expects to team up with global leading operators and partners in promoting 5G standardization and industrialization and building a better-connected era.
Source : Huawei