ZTE Gigabit: 5G And Snapdragon 835, World's Fastest Smartphone

ZTE unveiled the launch of Gigabit and set as the world's first 5G-ready smartphone at MWC event on Sunday, 26th February. ZTE spokesman said."With this new device, the way people stay connected will be changed forever. Focusing on 5G technologies will be one of the key priorities of ZTE's global development"

The ZTE Gigabit: World's Fastest Smartphone

The company says the ZTE Gigabit smartphone is capable of download speeds reaching up to 1 gigabit per second (Gbps). The smartphone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor along with Snapdragon X16 LTE modem integration. This smartphone uses the latest technologies which allow the phone to carry out LTE speeds roughly 10 times faster than first gen LTE phones. The smartphone also has improved capacity to process data over a network.

ZTE Gigabit Phone Specs And Features

The ZTE Gigabit Phone is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, which comes with an integrated Snapdragon X16 LTE modem. The solution merges wireless carrier aggregation with 4×4 MIMO antenna technology and 256-QAM modulation to carry out download speeds of up to 1Gbps. The smartphone is on display right now in Barcelona, where you can watch live demos of the Gigabit Phone handling gigabit downloads.The ZTE Gigabit phone makes it possible for the user to create a 4K video as well as VR and 360-degree video, all on the go. Moreover, ZTE Gigabit has instant cloud storage capacity, which makes it clearly a winner.

Earlier, ZTE already had plans to manufacture a phone by crowdsourcing from the community but later on called off the project. The Hawkeye smartphone was part of a Kickstarter campaign. It was also codenamed as Project CSX. ZTE revealed the Gigabit phone at the MWC along with its self-developed Pre5G Giga+ Mobile Broadband (MBB) solution. Furthermore, ZTE also unveiled its MYHome voice assistant and a few more other technologies used for smart homes and smartphones.


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