THE Motorola and Lenovo continue to invest in technology 5G. This week, the companies announced a necklace 5G which promises to deliver low latency in connectivity and power for devices such as virtual and augmented reality glasses. According to announcementthe wearable device will allow “lightweight, limitless, immersive and above all scalable AR/VR experiences”.
The novelty is a partnership with verizona company that has promoted several actions related to technology 5G in the United States. THE 5G XRas the necklace is called, is also the result of the Motorola 312 Labsan internal innovation group of the company that aims to develop unprecedented technology solutions, created by the company at the end of last year.
“With this collaboration, we are further strengthening our partnership with Verizon to solve new challenges in the industry and advance AR use cases for consumers and businesses.”said Jeff Snowgeneral manager of products at Motorola.
Motorola’s 5G XR in Practice
The collar 5G gives Motorola comes equipped with processor Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and was developed with a focus on next-generation mobile applications. The wearable device is, according to the developers, plug&play, that is, just plug in and use. THE 5G XR uses the 5G Ultra Wideband connection from verizon that can serve to improve immersive experiences through augmented and virtual reality glasses.
According to the Motorolathe benefits of 5G XR are not just limited to the technology industry. The company says the feature will improve “full spectrum of work and leisure activities”. The collar “enables to provide immersive technology in many fields such as sports training and fan experiences, as well as making VR cinemas scalable” argues Brian Mecumvice president of device technology at verizon.
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Via: ExtremeTech Source: Motorola