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  • Move over 5G: Xiaomi says it's already looking at developing 6G technology

    Xiaomi is backing 6G technology, even though 5G is still in its infancy and hasn't been widely adopted.

  • Samsung announces first phone with quantum technology

    Aptly named the Galaxy A Quantum, the device is actually a rebranded Galaxy A71 5G—one of Samsung’s popular mid-range handsets that launched earlier this year. Powered by the Exynos 980 SoC, the phone has a 6.7-inch OLED screen, in-display optical finger sensor, and a quad-lens camera setup.

  • Samsung Announces Phone With 'Quantum' Security Technology

    The first 5G phones have launched over the past year, and you might even have one now that Qualcomm has pushed OEMs to include the next-generation tech on all flagship devices. However, you probably don't have a quantum 5G phone. The post Samsung Announces Phone With ‘Quantum’ Security Technology appeared first on ExtremeTech.

  • Samsung Galaxy A Quantum announced with quantum encryption technology

    Samsung and South Korean carrier SK Telecom today announced a new 5G smartphone dubbed Galaxy A Quantum. The Samsung Galaxy A Quantum is the world's first 5G smartphone equipped with a quantum random number generator (QRNG) chipset, which is developed by SK Telecom's Switzerland-based subsidiary ID Quantique. The QRNG chipset is the SKT IDQ S2Q000 and it enhances the security of the phone's data by using quantum encryption technology to generate random numbers and create unpredictable secure...