Qualcomm and Samsung will supply Apple with 5G modems in 2020

Shortly after news broke about Intel exiting the 5G modem business, Apple was forced to settle with Qualcomm and use its chips for its future iPhones. But no one said anything about Samsung being the second supplier for the Cupertino-based company

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According to a report from Ming-Chi Kuo, an Apple analyst, the company will look for a second supplier and it will most likely be Samsung. This will give the company some leverage when negotiating prices and also lower its dependence on a single supplier. So in 2020, we can expect iPhones to ship with Qualcomm and Samsung chips.

This also confirms that 2019 iPhones won't be 5G-enabled, but to be frank, there's still a long road before 5G reaches critical mass. Ming-Chi Kuo also believes that 5G will boost iPhone sales in 2020 to a significant degree.

ViaRecently we have seen many sites reporting an issue with a Nokia 9 PureView unit that seems to have a faulty in-display fingerprint sensor. Due to the faulty fingerprint sensor the device gets unlocked by literally anything. Many of our followers tried to reproduce this issue on their Nokia 9 PureView units, but couldn’t.

Like always, such issues are generally blown out of proportion and we at NPU usually wait to see some kind of official response before covering these. Now, HMD CPO Juho has directly contacted the Nokia 9 PureView owner who has reported this issue and it seems HMD is planning to investigate the faulty unit by swapping it. Juho has also confirmed that they are not able to reproduce this issue at their end.

Like always, such issues are generally blown out of proportion and we at NPU usually wait to see some kind of official response before covering these. Now, HMD CPO Juho has directly contacted the Nokia 9 PureView owner who has reported this issue and it seems HMD is planning to investigate the faulty unit by swapping it. Juho has also confirmed that they are not able to reproduce this issue at their end
reporting an issue with a Nokia 9 PureView unit that seems to have a faulty in-display fingerprint sensor. Due to the faulty fingerprint sensor the device gets unlocked by literally anything. Many of our followers tried to reproduce this issue on their Nokia 9 PureView units, but couldn’t.

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