Qualcomm Technologies has announced plans to accelerate 5G global commercialisation at scale by expanding its portfolio of 5G mobile platforms across the Snapdragon 8 Series, 7 Series and 6 Series in 2020.
The potential of 5G technology to benefit consumers dispels the ICT “industry myth” that consumers are unwilling to pay a premium on 5G, according to a newly published study which found that smartphone users are willing to pay 20% more for fifth-generation servic — including more broadband choices — and half of early adopters would pay as much as 32% more.
A global study of thousands of smartphone users has revealed that loyalty towards mobile operators can’t be taken for granted, with network performance increasingly playing a crucial role in driving user loyalty.
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