Dixon Technologies plans 5G mm smartphone export to United States

Date: 2021-10-18   Author: Pankaj Singh  Category: #news

Dixon Technologies plans 5G mm smartphone export to United States

Dixon Technologies, a domestic electronics manufacturing company, has reportedly commenced the production of 5G millimeter(mm) wave smartphones. These will be the first set of devices from the segment to be exported from India.

The Noida-based company has established a production facility with a yearly capacity of 7 million units of 5G millimeter phones and is setting up another facility with a yearly capacity of 30 million smartphone units in Noida.

Sunil Vachani, the Executive Chairman of Dixon Technologies stated that the Orbic Myra 5G UW phone can function in high-frequency bands and is it also the first smartphone to be partially designed in India. The company has earned a contract from Orbic, a US-based company that sells smart products for US-based telecom players like Verizon.

Mike Narula, the Chief Executive Officer of Orbic North America, stated that this is a golden era for India’s manufacturing ecosystem and the right opportunity for the company to get its entire product portfolio to be manufactured by Dixon, which includes laptops, wearables, Chromebooks, and mobile hotspots. He added that this will provide impetus to the agenda of ‘Made in India’ and the company plans to export these products to Europe, the United States, Japan, and Australia in 2022.

Theoretically, the 5G millimeter phone can offer up to 5 Gbps (gigabit per second) of speed on a smartphone which is around 250 times faster than the top recorded speed of 4G mobile connection in India.

However, as per credible reports, 5G mm smartphones have offered around 2 Gbps of speed which is over 90 times faster compared to the top 4G connection speed recorded by telecom regulator TRAI in India. Qualcomm, the electronic chip giant, and a couple of other companies have contributed to the designing of the Orbic Myra smartphones in India.

Dixon will initiate the export this month and is expected to ship around 2 million units overseas in 2022.

Source credits:

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/cons-products/electronics/dixon-tech-plans-to-export-5g-mm-phone-to-us-jack-up-production-capacity/articleshow/87081712.cms



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