With the 5G era kicking off across the globe, Qualcomm, Samsung, and Huawei have firmly established themselves as suppliers of modems for flagship devices. Meanwhile, smaller Taiwanese rival MediaTek has focused largely on the middle of the market — thus far, for phones that haven’t been released in the United States. Today, MediaTek is unveiling a new 5G chipset called the T750 that’s designed to win places in 5G broadband modems and portable hotspots as the company prepares to make a bigger U.S. splash with upcoming 5G laptops and phones.
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