Huawei starts 5G tests in China

The Chinese smartphone giant Huawei has started testing 5G downloads on its foldable smartphone, the Mate X. The company immediately took action after the Chinese government announced yesterday that it will issue 5G licenses for commercial purposes.

Chinese demo

Via 5G it becomes possible to allow downloads of 1Gbps via Huawei’s latest gadget. According to Zdnet, this website shows how Huawei shows the test in a demo.

The brand new model of the Chinese giant should switch quickly and automatically between 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G networks. In addition, it would reach a maximum speed of 1Gbpbs and an upstream that would almost come close to 100 Mpbs, as can be seen in the demo.

According to Richard Yu, the company is looking forward to being able to start selling the Mate X while delivering a super fast internet connection for user comfort and user friendliness.

The Mate X was presented earlier this year at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and would start selling around this time. We are all looking forward to this foldable smartphone after Samsung had to postpone its Galaxy Fold after countless complaints.

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