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5G Device Ecosystem – December 2019

5G Device Ecosystem – December

GSA’s GAMBoD database contains 199 announced 5G devices from seventy-six vendors, at least 47 of which are commercially available.

During 2019 the number of announced 5G devices has grown rapidly, starting with a few announcements and then gathering pace as operators in various parts of the world launched their fi rst commercial 5G services.

5G Device Ecosystem - December

By mid-December, GSA had identified:

• sixteen announced form factors (phones, head-mounted display, hotspots, indoor CPE, outdoor CPE, laptops/notebooks, modules, snapon dongles/adapters, routers, drones, robots, tablets, TVs, a switch, a USB terminal and a vending machine).

• seventy-six vendors that had announced available or forthcoming 5G devices.

• one hundred and ninety-nine announced devices (including regional variants, and phones that can be upgraded using a separate adapter, but excluding both prototypes not expected to be commercialised and operator-branded devices that are essentially rebadged versions of other phones), including at least 47 that are commercially available (up from 42 in mid-December and around 20 commercially available devices in June 2019):

• sixty-three phones, at least twenty-nine of which are now commercially available, (including three that can be 5G-enabled with an adapter)

• thirteen hotspots (including regional variants), at least seven of which are now commercially available

• sixty-one CPE devices (indoor and outdoor, including two Verizonspec compliant devices not meeting 3GPP 5G standards) at least nine of which are now believed to be commercially available

• thirty-four modules

• seven routers

• three robots

• three televisions

• two snap-on dongles/adapters

• three tablets

• two drones

• two head-mounted displays

• two laptops (notebooks)

• one switch

• two USB terminals/dongles

• one vending machine.

Not all devices are available immediately and specifi cation details remain limited for some devices.

Prepared by GSA based on data from the GSA Analyser for Mobile Broadband Devices (GAMBoD)

©2019 GSA

 

5G Device Ecosystem – December

GSA’s GAMBoD database contains 199 announced 5G devices from seventy-six vendors, at least 47 of which are commercially available.

During 2019 the number of announced 5G devices has grown rapidly, starting with a few announcements and then gathering pace as operators in various parts of the world launched their fi rst commercial 5G services.

5G Device Ecosystem - December

By mid-December, GSA had identified:

• sixteen announced form factors (phones, head-mounted display, hotspots, indoor CPE, outdoor CPE, laptops/notebooks, modules, snapon dongles/adapters, routers, drones, robots, tablets, TVs, a switch, a USB terminal and a vending machine).

• seventy-six vendors that had announced available or forthcoming 5G devices.

• one hundred and ninety-nine announced devices (including regional variants, and phones that can be upgraded using a separate adapter, but excluding both prototypes not expected to be commercialised and operator-branded devices that are essentially rebadged versions of other phones), including at least 47 that are commercially available (up from 42 in mid-December and around 20 commercially available devices in June 2019):

• sixty-three phones, at least twenty-nine of which are now commercially available, (including three that can be 5G-enabled with an adapter)

• thirteen hotspots (including regional variants), at least seven of which are now commercially available

• sixty-one CPE devices (indoor and outdoor, including two Verizonspec compliant devices not meeting 3GPP 5G standards) at least nine of which are now believed to be commercially available

• thirty-four modules

• seven routers

• three robots

• three televisions

• two snap-on dongles/adapters

• three tablets

• two drones

• two head-mounted displays

• two laptops (notebooks)

• one switch

• two USB terminals/dongles

• one vending machine.

Not all devices are available immediately and specifi cation details remain limited for some devices.

Prepared by GSA based on data from the GSA Analyser for Mobile Broadband Devices (GAMBoD)

©2019 GSA

 

5G Device Ecosystem – December 2019
Date: 16th Dec 2019
Type: GSA Report
Technology: 5G
Originator: GSA

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