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Huawei sets new world record achieving 2.92Gbps for single user 5G smartphone

Huawei with Turk Telekom conducted a 5G test on a live network and achieved a single user 5G smartphone speed above 2.92Gbps, breaking the world record in this field.

“We combined two 5G carriers and established a new world record by reaching speeds of above 2.92 Gbps in our live 5G test network,” said Yusuf Kıraç, Türk Telekom’s CTO.

With this test, Türk Telekom becomes the world’s first operator to test 5G New Radio Carrier Integration Technology (C-Band NR Carrier Aggregation) with the Huawei Mate 20 X 5G smartphone.

Huawei working with Turk Telekom created a live 5G test network complying with international 3GPP standards and performed with Huawei Mate 20 X 5G smartphone.

“In today’s test, what we have achieved is not only a record in Turkey but also a world record for 5G speed,” said Simon Pei, Deputy Country General Manager of Huawei Turkey.

Last month, in Zurich, Switzerland, Huawei, and swiss telecom Sunrise achieved 3.67Gbps with multiple 5G smartphones in one 5G cell, with a single user speed reaching up to 2Gbps.



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