Major chip design house MediaTek introduced the T800, a 5G modem chip, on Friday. The chip, a successor to the T700, features 5G in standalone and non-standalone modes, with the support of sub-6 GHz and mmWave. MediaTek claims that the T800 can reach a transfer speed of 7.9 Gbps for downloads and 4.2 Gbps for uploads. The modem chip also supports dual-SIM standby configurations. Built with a 4nm process, the power-efficient T800 offers native support for PCI Express and USB hosts, with connectivity for other inputs and outputs. [ITHome, in Chinese]