Apple iPhone 5G sales are still double the next biggest competitor, but Samsung was the fastest-growing 5G smartphone vendor in Q1 2021.
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The South Korean tech giant has made its first meaningful footprint in Japan's telecom market with the latest deal.
Average upload speeds on 5G is nearly double of 4G down under.
After performing 5G testing of the low band spectrum since November last year.
With the rollout, Samsung becomes the first new radio network vendor to deploy a commercial network in New Zealand in over a decade.
The test was conducted in Samsung's 5G lab based in South Korea.
The facility will feature a 5G demonstration area, have direct access to a radio frequency lab, and will be used as a test bed for 5G use cases.
Having deployed non-standalone 5G services last year, the Singapore telco will again work with Nokia to build out a "cloud-native" 5G standalone network, with services projected to launch later this year.
Singapore telco offers enterprise customers the option to run its Multi-access Edge Compute 5G platform, tapped to process applications such as drones and augmented reality, on Microsoft's Azure cloud network.