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Motorola showcases 5G Moto Mod at Snapdragon technology summit streaming 4K 60fps video

05 December 2018 1

As 5G technology is around the corner and we have already seen its successful testing done by the leading telecom carriers in the United States while many popular smartphones companies aim to roll out their first 5G enabled smartphones in the upcoming year as well. Qualcomm announced its 5G antenna that would be incorporated in many smartphones in an upcoming year. The company recently hosted Snapdragon Technology Summit which was all about 5G where the company shared almost everything that we already know about 5G and happenings around it.


Besides the teaser of Snapdragon 855 the real interesting part begun when the company showed some technology in action. The company announced Moto Z3 a few months back with Snapdragon 835 made available at a reasonable price point which kept everyone guessing as to why Motorola used Snapdragon 835 instead of Snapdragon 845.

Well, it seems that the puzzle has been solved as now we know that the 5G Moto Mod for Moto Z3 would be Snapdragon 855 SoC. Samsung was also part of the event where the Korean tech giant showcased its first 5G test device that the company came up with in cooperation with AT&T and Verizon where they streamed 4K 60fps video in full quality.

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