Amon, President of Qualcomm: Nobody wants to wait until the end of 2020 for 5G.

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 Amon, President of Qualcomm: Nobody wants to wait until the end of 2020 for 5G.


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[Deloittes report released in early January predicts that 5G mobile phones will sell more than 1 million units in 2019.

Its too late to start in 2020. Nobody wants to wait until the end of 2020 for 5G. 2019 is the real 5G year. Cristiano Amon, president of Qualcomm, sounded the 5G horn again recently.

Durga Malladi, Senior Vice President of Qualcomm and General Manager of 4G/5G Business, recently told First Finance and Economics that the current global 5G network deployment has a good momentum, and the enthusiasm of terminal manufacturers for 5G is also very high.

Amon said that the initial progress of 5G construction is much faster than that of 4G. He pointed out that in the first year of 4G construction, only four telecom operators built 4G networks; in the first year of 5G, more than 20 operators announced that they were deploying 5G networks. On the mobile terminal side, only three manufacturers released 4G mobile phones at the beginning of 4G, while more than 20 OEM manufacturers will release 5G mobile phones this year.

Unlike previous generations of mobile communication technology, network and terminal synchronization is mature in 5G era. Ge Xin, General Manager of Strategic Cooperation in Greater China of GSMA, said in an interview with First Financial and Economic Journalist that from the perspective of development process, 1G to 4G are the first mature networks. After the deployment of operatorsnetworks, consumers will not have affordable terminals until about half a year and a half later. But the biggest change of 5G is the synchronous maturity of networks and terminals, which is the 40-year development of our mobile communications. The most important change since then.

The network is immature, and the terminal mobile phone manufacturers have launched the 5G war, which also raises doubts about the number of 5G mobile phone users in 2019, believing that mobile phone manufacturers over-hyped 5G.

In response, Armon exclusively responded to First Financial Journalist that this is not true. He pointed out that in the device side, Samsung, Millet and others have released 5G mobile phones. More importantly, on the network side, operators such as Vodafone think its easy to transition from 4G to 5G. They are already deploying 5G networks. Most operators say they will cover 5G networks in major cities in 2019. Therefore, I think network coverage is not a problem. From the next quarter, consumers will be able to experience the real 5G network with 5G mobile phones.

Fu Liang, a telecom analyst, believes that although the voices of 5G mobile phones are rolling out one after another, it will take until the third quarter of 2019 to be able to provide them in bulk. CITICs research shows that 2019 is the first year of 5G mobile phones, and 5G + AI + folding screen will ignite a new round of demand for switching. However, due to the pre-commercial phase of 5G in 2019, technology and services are still in the exploratory stage, so the shipment of 5G mobile phones is limited, and a new round of change will start in 2020-2023. According to the latest report of Jibang Consulting, a market research institute, considering that the relevant infrastructure construction is not yet complete, it is estimated that the annual production of 5G mobile phones will fall to about 5 million, with a penetration rate of only 0.4%. Deloittes report released in early January predicts that sales of 5G mobile phones will exceed 1 million units in 2019 and will grow to 15 million to 20 million units by 2020. Source: Liable Editor of First Financial Daily: Yao Liwei_NT6056

Fu Liang, a telecom analyst, believes that although the voices of 5G mobile phones are rolling out one after another, it will take until the third quarter of 2019 to be able to provide them in bulk.

CITICs research shows that 2019 is the first year of 5G mobile phones, and 5G + AI + folding screen will ignite a new round of demand for switching. However, due to the pre-commercial phase of 5G in 2019, technology and services are still in the exploratory stage, so the shipment of 5G mobile phones is limited, and a new round of change will start in 2020-2023.

According to the latest report of Jibang Consulting, a market research institute, considering that the relevant infrastructure construction is not yet complete, it is estimated that the annual production of 5G mobile phones will fall to about 5 million, with a penetration rate of only 0.4%.

Deloittes report released in early January predicts that sales of 5G mobile phones will exceed 1 million units in 2019 and will grow to 15 million to 20 million units by 2020.