Government to push Apple, Samsung, and other smartphone manufacturers for faster 5G upgrades

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With the launch of 5G telecom services in India, the Indian government is reportedly looking to push the country’s top smartphone manufacturers, including Apple, Samsung, Xiaomi, and others, to prioritise software upgrade rollouts that can support 5G.

Top bureaucrats from the telecom and IT departments will preside over a closed-door meeting on early 5G adoption on Wednesday (October 12), according to a government document obtained by Reuters. Foreign companies such as Apple, Samsung, Vivo, and Xiaomi, as well as domestic telecom operators Reliance, Airtel, and Vodafone Idea, have been asked to attend the meeting, according to the document. The agenda for the meeting reportedly includes discussions “to prioritise” and release software upgrades that can support the high-speed network.

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Government to push Apple, Samsung, and other smartphone manufacturers for faster 5G upgrades

With the launch of 5G telecom services in India, the Indian government is reportedly looking to push the country’s top smartphone manufacturers, including Apple, Samsung, Xiaomi, and others, to prioritise software upgrade rollouts that can support 5G.

Top bureaucrats from the telecom and IT departments will preside over a closed-door meeting on early 5G adoption on Wednesday (October 12), according to a government document obtained by Reuters. Foreign companies such as Apple, Samsung, Vivo, and Xiaomi, as well as domestic telecom operators Reliance, Airtel, and Vodafone Idea, have been asked to attend the meeting, according to the document. The agenda for the meeting reportedly includes discussions “to prioritise” and release software upgrades that can support the high-speed network.

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