Ericsson gives a clearer picture of how mobile is predicted to pan out in Sub-Saharan Africa by 2026, with the uptake in 5G subscriptions low.
The latest Ericsson Mobility Report predicts 5G subscriptions to reach 580 million by year’s end, with the African continent lagging behind.
The newly announced partnership will see 100 South African young graduates receive 5G training to equip them with vital skills and insights.
The likes of Oppo and Xiaomi will be featuring the new Snapdragon 778G 5G chipset in its latest mid-range smartphones, Qualcomm confirms.
Expectations about 5G were sky high and some early adopters were left wondering if high speed was all 5G had to offer.
Ericsson and Samsung have reached a patent agreement after Ericsson claimed that Samsung infringed on its patents earlier this year.
Huawei South Africa is on track to reach its goal of training 6000 students.
MTN has filed a lawsuit against ICASA as it alleges that the carrier is being squeezed out of bidding for the most sought after 5G spectrum.
We’re two weeks into the new year but Samsung is wasting no time announcing a wave of new smartphones.
Dell Technologies South Africa MD, Doug Woolley, weighs in with some predictions for the local channel in 2021.
Following the recent destruction of property, ICASA has issued a statement when it comes to growing 5G COVID-19 conspiracy theories.
When the iPhone 12 arrives later this month only MTN will support 5G though this is only until early 2021.
According to the Financial Times, the ban is part of phased approach that will see the UK remove all of Huawei tech by 2027.
Kevin Murphy, VP and head of Ericsson Levant Countries and Global Customer Unit Ooredoo, views 5G as the enabler of enriched sports experiences.
Of that figure, communications service providers stand to make $3.7 trillion, though it requires work.
The 5G Innovation Lab will create a live environment to assist with the development of local solutions leveraging the new broadband standard.
Samsung is not done with its reveals for 2020, as later this month it will unveil its Exynos 1080 chip, designed for 5G mid-range smartphones.
According to internal documents, retailers have been advised on lack of dual SIM 5G on the iPhone 12, but an update to add functionality is coming.