Qualcomm CEO Says 5G ‘Is a Big Deal For Us’

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Bloomberg Technology published this video item, entitled “Qualcomm CEO Says 5G ‘Is a Big Deal For Us'” – below is their description.

Qualcomm Inc. hosted its first analyst day in three years today in New York. A huge focus is on the growth of 5G. Chief Executive Officer Steve Mollenkopf says it’s going to be hard not to buy a 5G phone at this time next year. He also spoke about the company’s relationship with Apple and competition coming from China. He spoke to Bloomberg’s Caroline Hyde yesterday. (Source: Bloomberg)

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