GSA August report: 100 5G devices have been released worldwide

According to Global Mobile Suppliers Association (GSA), as of August 2019, there are 100 models of 5G devices in the market. These devices range from smartphones to Hot Spot. In addition, GSA data shows that 39 wireless network operators worldwide have announced the launch of 3GPP-compatible 5G services. As of now, 296 operators in 100 countries have 5G services while 56 operators from 32 countries are now commercial. However, out of the 100 5G devices that have been released, only a handful of them is currently in the market. Unfortunately, some of these devices may never be widely used. Some may not even hit the market. The following are the 5G products which have gone into mass production for mass sales.

Mass Produced 5G Devices

  • HTC 5G Hub (hotspot)
  • Huawei 5G CPE 2.0 (indoor and outdoor guest room equipment, referred to as CPE)
  • Huawei Mate X (mobile phone)
  • Inseego R1000 Home Router / MiFi IQ 5G (Fixed Wireless Indoor CPE)
  • Huawei 5G CPE Win (outdoor and window CPE)
  • Inseego MiFi M1000 5G mobile hotspot (hotspot)
  • Huawei 5G CPE Pro (indoor CPE)
  • LG V50 ThinQ (mobile phone)
  • Motorola 5G Moto Mod Snap-on (Extension Module)
  • NETGEAR Nighthawk M5 Fusion MR5000 (hotspot)
  • Huawei Mate 20 X 5G (mobile phone)
  • Nokia Fastmile 5G Gateway CPE (Indoor/Outdoor CPE)
  • One plus 7 Pro 5G (mobile phone)
  • OPPO Reno 5G (mobile phone)
  • Percepto Drone-in-abox (unmanned aerial vehicle)
  • Samsung SFG-D0100 (indoor CPE)
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 5G (mobile phone)
  • SIMCom Wireless SIM8200- EA-M2 (Module)
  • SIMCom Wireless SIM8200G (module)
  • Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G (mobile phone)
  • ZTE Axon 10 Pro 5G (mobile phone)
  • ZTE 5G indoor CPE MC801 (indoor CPE)
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