Qualcomm embeds artificial intelligence into latest 5G processor to boost speeds and signal coverage

Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon at Mobile World Congress this week in Barcelona, Spain. — Qualcomm/TNS

Though still probably overhyped, 5G has clearly gotten a foothold since it rolled out three years ago, with 175 networks lit up globally and 5G smartphone sales forecast to reach US$750mil (RM3.1bil) this year.

So, at the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona this week, the talk wasn't so much about the emergence of 5G. It has shifted to what's next?

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