Previously, Gao Dongzhen, president of Samsung's mobile communications division, said that Samsung will not support 5G networks on the S10. But Samsung's official website announced the Exynos Modem 5100, which is the industry's first multimode modem to support 5G NR.
As the industry's first multimode modem to support 5G NR, the Exynos Modem 5100 is fully compliant with the 5G NR as defined in 3GPP Release 15 and provides the first 5G standard. Built on a 10LPP process with low power consumption, it can be delivered as a single chipset and supports legacy modes from 2G to 4G LTE. And the 5100 download speed is up to 2Gbps, lower than 6GHz, 6Gbps, mmWave, and the speed is 1.7 times and 5 times that of the previous generation.
In crowds and dense buildings, do you often feel that the signal is not good. This problem will be improved on the Exynos Modem 5100. Compared with the traditional LTE 20MHz, 5G NR allows a wider bandwidth of up to 100MHz per component carrier below 6GHz, so the Exynos Modem 5100 can achieve higher throughput while efficiently utilizing network resources.
In addition, the Exynos Modem 5100 is available as a single-chipset, helping device manufacturers reduce development time and resources to speed time-to-market. And based on the advanced 10nm FinFET process, it can achieve up to 10% performance or 15% low power consumption. I believe that with the popularization of 5G, more manufacturers will bring the latest products related to 5G.