The first "end-to-end multi-vendor non-standalone (NSA) 3GPP 5G commercial network data call over licensed 3.5GHz spectrum" has been made at Telstra 5G Innovation Centre on Australia's Gold Coast, and billed as the first "true" 5G call in a real world environment.
Promising a "third-generation" keyboard for "quiet typing", along with support for 32GB memory and 6-core i7 and i9 processors on the MacBook Pro 15-inch model with more storage, TrueTone displays, "Hey Siri" support and more, the new MacBook Pros are here, but people will still want more.
China Mobile, Intel and Chinese telecommucations giant Huawei have joined forces to complete 5G interoperability and development testing (IODT) in compliance with the latest 3GPP Release15 Standard.
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