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5G-Devices Ecosystem Member Report April 2023

5G-Devices Ecosystem Member Report April 2023

The number of announced 5G devices rose by 3% between February and March 2023, reaching a total of 1,896 devices. Of these, 1,513 are understood to be commercially available, representing 79.8% of all announced 5G devices. This is an increase of 51.3% in the number of commercial 5G devices since the end of March 2022.

By the end of March 2023, GSA had identified:

• 26 announced form factors

• 228 manufacturers with announced available or forthcoming 5G devices

• 1,896 announced devices, including regional variants, but excluding operator-branded devices that are essentially rebadged versions of other phones. Of these, at least 1,513 are understood to be commercially available:

• 989 phones (up 41 from February 2023), at least 910 of which are now commercially available (up 36 from February 2023)

• 277 fixed wireless access customer-premises equipment (CPE) devices for indoor and outdoor uses, at least 177 of which are now commercially available

• 219 modules

• 133 industrial or enterprise routers, gateways or modems

• 68 battery-operated hot spots

• 46 tablets

• 29 laptops or notebooks

• 11 in-vehicle routers, modems or hot spots

• 15 USB terminals, dongles or modems

• 109 other devices, including drones, head-mounted displays, robots, TVs, cameras, femtocells/small cells, repeaters, vehicle on-board units, a snap-on dongle/adapter, a switch, a vending machine and an encoder

• 1,039 announced devices with declared support for standalone 5G in sub-6 GHz bands, 841 of which are commercially available.

Not all devices are available immediately and specification details remain limited for some. We expect devices to continue to become more widely available and for more information about announced devices to emerge as they reach the market.

The number of commercially available devices has been growing steadily since the start of the year and should continue in this manner.

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GSA Research

Mobile industry research is the backbone of GSA activity and covers topics from devices, chipsets and technology, to networks, features and spectrum.

The GSA research team is constantly following market dynamics and activity to ensure the latest data is available to GSA users via the GSA website.

Data is updated monthly and quarterly and can be referenced by users who register for free on the GSA website and download multiple reports, charts and videos of webinars. GSA welcomes any contributions on industry data from mobile operators, vendors and suppliers what want to ensure accurate industry data is shared globally.

GSA GAMBoD Database

GSA reports are based on extensive data contained in the GSA GAMBoD databases, which is a resource available to GSA members and associates. Companies and policy makers can subscribe, as a GSA associate, to gain access to GSA databases and member reports for additional insights into the source data behind reports, which can be used for their own research purposes.

Discounted annual subscription are available to regulators, government agencies and licensed mobile operators.

Please email info@gsacom.com for more information.

 

5G-Devices Ecosystem Member Report April 2023

5G-Devices Ecosystem Member Report April 2023

The number of announced 5G devices rose by 3% between February and March 2023, reaching a total of 1,896 devices. Of these, 1,513 are understood to be commercially available, representing 79.8% of all announced 5G devices. This is an increase of 51.3% in the number of commercial 5G devices since the end of March 2022.

By the end of March 2023, GSA had identified:

• 26 announced form factors

• 228 manufacturers with announced available or forthcoming 5G devices

• 1,896 announced devices, including regional variants, but excluding operator-branded devices that are essentially rebadged versions of other phones. Of these, at least 1,513 are understood to be commercially available:

• 989 phones (up 41 from February 2023), at least 910 of which are now commercially available (up 36 from February 2023)

• 277 fixed wireless access customer-premises equipment (CPE) devices for indoor and outdoor uses, at least 177 of which are now commercially available

• 219 modules

• 133 industrial or enterprise routers, gateways or modems

• 68 battery-operated hot spots

• 46 tablets

• 29 laptops or notebooks

• 11 in-vehicle routers, modems or hot spots

• 15 USB terminals, dongles or modems

• 109 other devices, including drones, head-mounted displays, robots, TVs, cameras, femtocells/small cells, repeaters, vehicle on-board units, a snap-on dongle/adapter, a switch, a vending machine and an encoder

• 1,039 announced devices with declared support for standalone 5G in sub-6 GHz bands, 841 of which are commercially available.

Not all devices are available immediately and specification details remain limited for some. We expect devices to continue to become more widely available and for more information about announced devices to emerge as they reach the market.

The number of commercially available devices has been growing steadily since the start of the year and should continue in this manner.

LinkedIn

Twitter

YouTube

Weibo

WeChat: GSA Express

5G-Devices Ecosystem Member Report April 2023

© GSA 2023

https://gsacom.com

GSA Research

Mobile industry research is the backbone of GSA activity and covers topics from devices, chipsets and technology, to networks, features and spectrum.

The GSA research team is constantly following market dynamics and activity to ensure the latest data is available to GSA users via the GSA website.

Data is updated monthly and quarterly and can be referenced by users who register for free on the GSA website and download multiple reports, charts and videos of webinars. GSA welcomes any contributions on industry data from mobile operators, vendors and suppliers what want to ensure accurate industry data is shared globally.

GSA GAMBoD Database

GSA reports are based on extensive data contained in the GSA GAMBoD databases, which is a resource available to GSA members and associates. Companies and policy makers can subscribe, as a GSA associate, to gain access to GSA databases and member reports for additional insights into the source data behind reports, which can be used for their own research purposes.

Discounted annual subscription are available to regulators, government agencies and licensed mobile operators.

Please email info@gsacom.com for more information.

 

5G-Devices Ecosystem Member Report April 2023

5G-Devices Ecosystem Member Report April 2023
Date: 19th Apr 2023
Type: GSA Report
Technology: 5G
Originator: GSA

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