Cutting edge technology

The second round of the 5G voting is about to begin. Huawei’

Introduction: In the 5G voting in 2016, in order to take care of the overall situation, Lenovo finally voted for Qualcomm, and finally Huawei lost one vote. Therefore, after Lenovo’s behavior was exposed, it also attracted a lot of controversy. Also because of this incident, Lenovo has nicknamed the "American Emperor's Conscience".

With the coming of the 5G era, we will also usher in a new round of technological revolution. The 5G era will also be filled with all kinds of opportunities. In front of this big cake, all relevant manufacturers want to take the biggest piece. Prior to this, the technical standards for 5G networks also affected everyone.

In the 5G voting in 2016, in order to take care of the overall situation, Lenovo finally voted for Qualcomm, and finally Huawei lost one vote. Therefore, after Lenovo’s behavior was exposed, it also attracted a lot of controversy. Also because of this incident, Lenovo has nicknamed the "American Emperor's Conscience".

However, the 5G vote is not a one-off. Another standard will be voted this year. Previously, Qualcomm won the standard involving non-independent network segments. This standard is that 3/4/5G networks can coexist. The standard for upcoming voting is the standard for 5G independent networks, that is, only 5G networks. Although 3/4/5G will co-exist in a short time, 3G and 4G will have to be eliminated afterwards. So this time the standard is also very important.

At present, Qualcomm has announced its own 5G charging standard. According to the domestic smart phone market, at least tens of billions of patent fees will be paid to Qualcomm every year. The patent fees to be paid by each 5G device must be borne by the consumer. If Huawei wins, the future patent fees will definitely be much lower than Qualcomm.

If the previous votes of the parties remain unchanged, then Lenovo has become a key link. Therefore, whether Huawei can succeed this time, Lenovo still plays a crucial factor. As for whether Lenovo can "take care of the overall situation" and embark on its own name, I believe this is a good opportunity.

This article was written by the author of the cutting-edge technology. The idea is only the author and does not represent the OFweek position. If you have any infringement or other problems, please contact us.