bookmark_borderNot Long After 5G Started, Huawei Will Start 6G Research

China, Finland, and South Korea have started 6G pre-research.

Communication standards have always been a high point to compete for, and now the fight has begun.

According to some media reports recently, Huawei is about to start research and development of 6G (the sixth generation mobile communication network) technology in its laboratory in Ottawa, Canada.

Huawei’s laboratory in Ottawa was established in 2010. The laboratory has extensive cooperation and exchanges with 13 Canadian universities. At present, Huawei Laboratory has discussed 6G R&D with relevant universities.

Huawei is not the first company to carry out 6G pre-research. South Korean companies are also at the forefront. In January this year, LG of Korea set up a 6G research laboratory. The Korean government is expected to start developing 6G standards in 2021. Finland and the United States are the other two countries that have indicated that they will carry out 6G pre-research.

At the beginning of this year, the Finnish government injected 25 million euros into an eight-year 6G research project called 6Genesis. Nokia and Finnish institutes and universities cooperated in research and are ready to work with South Korea.

The United States has also begun to prepare for 6G. After President Trump expressed his hope that 5G and 6G would land in the United States as soon as possible. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has decided to open 95 GHz to 3 THz bands for 6G experiments. Bell Laboratories is currently looking for partners for pre-research.

China, Korea, and Finland have great advantages in the research and development of 5G technology, and 5G patents rank first. The sooner we enter the research and development of 6G, the more we can exert our previous technology accumulation and seize the technological commanding heights.

At present, 6G is still in the stage of theoretical research and development, and the key technologies are still in the conceptual state. It is difficult to describe the future development of 6G. Pouttu, the director of Finland’s 6Genesis project, said in an interview with the media that if 5G is the era of decentralization of smartphones, 6G will be the era of post-smartphones and fully enter the stage of the interconnection of all things. However, the research and development of 6G will also face various new challenges, such as materials, manufacturing processes, and energy consumption.

Huawei started research on 5G technology in 2009 when China just started issuing 3G licenses. It is known that the research rhythm of 6G is basically in line with 5G, and its cycle may last more than 10 years. It is expected that it will not be put into commercial use until 2030.

bookmark_borderCould Made in Vietnam Challenging Made in China

As a neighboring country on China’s southwestern border, Vietnam has recently made great progress in manufacturing. In October 2017, Vietnam reported GDP growth of 7.46% in the third quarter of 2017, surpassing the growth rate of India and China in the same period and ranking first in the world. Will Vietnam be the next economic miracle?
Today, Vietnam is in the golden age of demographic dividend, and a large number of cheap labor force promotes rapid economic growth. With its low Labor costs, Vietnam is attracting a shift in global manufacturing. Vietnam not only has lower labor costs, but also lower land, energy and tax costs than China. Vietnam receives a lot of manufacturing capacity from China, and Nike, Samsung, LG and even Intel have set up factories in Vietnam.
Although parts of China’s manufacturing industry have been gradually transferred to Vietnam, it is not realistic to say that Vietnamese manufacturing will completely replace Chinese manufacturing. The first is the completeness of industrial chain and supply chain. China’s manufacturing industry now has the most complete supply system of industrial chain in the world. China can provide supporting services for the whole industrial chain in the shortest time, but Vietnam does not have such a basis at present. Second, infrastructure. Despite its rapid economic growth, Vietnam still lags behind China in infrastructure construction.
Compared with China, the mode of manufacturing in Vietnam is the mode of processing with supplied materials. In addition to the workers and the origin, other Vietnamese elements are less. There are no strong manufacturing brands like Huawei, Midea and Gree in Vietnam.
Although made in Vietnam cannot replace made in China completely in the short term, the sudden rise of made in Vietnam and the large-scale migration of enterprises in recent years still sound alarm bell to Chinese manufacturing industry. Made in China faces more challenges.

bookmark_borderTop 10 Most Popular Smartphone Brands 2018 December

What brands of Chinese smart phones are available on the market right now? Now we have sorted out the top ten smartphone brands in 2018. Take a look at the top 10 smartphone brands in China 2018.
The iPhone X (64 GB). Its reference price is 8,388 yuan. It has a full 5.8-inch fringe and 3g memory. It has a dual rear camera with 1200 pixels and a 7 megapixel front camera.
Samsung GALAXY S9+ (64GB). Its reference price is 6699 yuan. It is powered by Android 8.0. It has iris recognition, facial recognition and so on. It also has wireless fast charge, Bixby artificial intelligence real-time translation and other functions.
Huawei P20 Pro (64GB). Its reference price is 4,988 yuan. It has an EMUI 8.1 system. It uses the Hess Kirin 97.07 million Leica tripod.
Glory 10 (64GB). Its reference price is 2500 yuan. It has a full screen with 19. 9 bangs and 5.84 inches of screen size. It has color-changing aurora glass, front invisible wet hand fingerprint unlock.
Vivo X21 (64GB). Its reference price is 3598 yuan. It has a full screen with 6.28-inch 19:9 bangs. It is powered by QUALCOMM snapdragon 660AIE processors.
OPPO R15 (6GB RAM/ NetCom) has a reference price of 2,999 yuan. It has a 6.28-inch hyperfield full screen and is powered by a MediaTek Helio P60 processor.
Meizu 15 (64GB/ full NetCom). Its reference price is 2,499 yuan. It has a QUALCOMM snapdragon 660 processor.
Huawei P20 (64GB/ NetCom). Its reference price is 3,788 yuan. It has a full 5.8-inch screen with a distinctive shape and a glass body that gives it the ultimate feel.
Lenovo S5 (4GB RAM/ NetCom). Its reference price is 1,160 yuan. It has a 5.7-inch 18:9 full screen, QUALCOMM snapdragon 625 processor and facial recognition.
Xiaomi 6X (4GB RAM/ NetCom). Its reference price is 1599 yuan. Its 2.5d curved glass measures 5.99 inches. It supports the sun screen and luminous screen. It also has AI face unlock.
After reading the basic information of these ten mobile phones, which one is your favorite?