First Dual-SIM 5G Device Likely To Arrive By Early 2020

Are you ready to grab now a smartphone with 5G Connectivity? But for many, it’s just not an option without dual-SIM slot - some people are flexible, whether it is to use the lowest cost service or just having personal lines and separate work. If you are one of them, you will be privileged to enjoy the option really soon.

MediaTek has officially unveiled its previously-teased 5G system-on-chip, now popular as Dimensity 1000, it is billed as the first SoC to support 5G on dual-SIMs. You could enjoy two lines without compromising on data speeds.

Thankfully, there might be additional speed. MediaTek has claimed that the “world’s fastest” data throughput, with support for 2.5Gbps upstream and 4.7Gbps downstream on sub-6GHz 5G connectivity. There is a support of Bluetooth 5.1+ and WiFi 6. And finally, there should be some important computing power to back up the wireless connectivity.

Hence, The Dimensity 1000 paired with four low-power Cortex-A55 cores, four ARM Cortex-A77 high-performance cores, and a new AI unit that is twice as fast as the prior generation. A five-core image processor can manage upto 80-megapixel cameras, although users can see lower-resolution multi-camera devices as well.

The first phone designed with Dimensity 1000 chips likely to arrive by early 2020. There is no assurance dual-SIM 5G phones will be among the list, but we won’t be surprised if there is a run to ship one before its rival show up in flock.

Even, if you need to wait, though it is really good news for early adopters of 5G networks. It has designed vowed to lower the cost as well as improve the power-efficient of 5G, and will support sub-6GHz wireless in Europe, Asia, and North America. In other words, there is likely to be a 5G device you can both afford and find it in a nearby store by the next year.