Motorola and OPPO also made statements supporting Qualcomm’s plans to scale 5G tech to the 4-series. 5G is available on more than 80 commercial networks in 35 countries. “Our Snapdragon 4-series is expected to address regions that currently have approximately 3. 5 billion smartphone users combined,” said Qualcomm president Cristiano Amon.
We don’t know yet how much phones with the new 5G-capable Snapdragon 4-series chipsets will cost, but we’ve seen 4-series phones, like the Nokia 4. 2, start as low as $139.
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