You explain about VIM3, it’s ok, the CPU have these possibilities.
But it depend on which lines come to the modem. I have look in M.2 adapter schematics and found that only pins 7 and 9 routed to the modem. Pins 7 and 9 on the modem it regular D+ and D- of usb2 signals. With these lines and mode MIMO 4x4 the transfer speed to CPU will not reach 200M at all. It doesn’t matter what speed on the CPU side.
To work properly with 5G speeds, it need USB_SS* or PCIE* signals to be routed from CPU to the modem. In other way, there are not reason to order and use 5G modem at all.
I think the “M2X WWAN Extension” have these routes, but schematics isn’t published out.
I need these schematics to see other pins routing, because different modems have different additional signals (GPIO, PWR control, etc)