New Galaxy Note 3 with Snapdragon 805 processor to debut later this year with new LTE technology
Qualcomm has conducted its first live demo of new LTE category 6 technology on Galaxy Note 3 through which they attained a 300Mbps at MWC 2014. The combination of this advanced version of Galaxy Note 3 and Snapdragon 805 is ready to debut later this year as new Galaxy Note 3 with super fast LTE. Snapdragon 805 processor is loaded with a fifth-generation Gobi 9×35 series LTE modem through which a user can attain a download speed of 300Mb per second. The full report says:
“We’re excited to be working with Samsung across products and technologies to break new ground in enabling customers with the fastest mobile broadband connections worldwide,” said Alex Katouzian, senior vice president of product management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. “From enabling the world’s first LTE Advanced Category 6 demo in a leading commercial smartphone form factor, to driving LTE in high-volume smartphones, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. continues to lead the industry’s transition to next-generation network mobile connectivity.”
The LTE Advanced Category 6 connection demo is enabled by Qualcomm Technologies’ highest performing processor to date, the Snapdragon 805 processor, as well as the Gobi 9×35, Qualcomm Technologies’ fourth-generation 3G/LTE multimode solution, and the first commercially announced cellular modem based on 20 nm technology. Additionally, it supports global carrier aggregation deployments up to 40 MHz for both LTE TDD and FDD, and is backwards compatible to support all other major cellular technologies, including WCDMA /MC-HSPA, CDMA 1x/EVDO Rev. B, GSM/EDGE and TD-SCDMA. Through continued innovation in power efficiency the Gobi 9×35 enables manufacturers to design increasingly sleeker devices without compromising performance.