What is 5G?

To put simply, 5G stands for fifth generation and the next in line in the future generation of wireless networks. 5G will be mainly a catalyst for the IOT (Internet of Things) revolution where billions of objects will be connected by exchanging data at an affordable price. In layman’s terms, everything from your freezer to your vehicle will be connected online.

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5G Advantages & Disadvantages

The advantage of 5G is its significantly faster speed than the traditional 4G LTE having the path for a fully connected world. Productivity and efficiency will be increased, with a theoretical download speed of 10,000 Mbps. It will allow more complex apps and process to be done with less hardware. Like any other network,5G has its own set of disadvantages. Greater speed will mean more power and connect everything in the network could put us at risk of overcrowding in the frequency range. Also, there is a question of security when especially when your household objects are connected online.

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Is 5G Much Faster than 4G?

Now our current 4G networks top speed about 1 Gbps per second which means it takes around one hour to download a good HD movie. (Note that the speeds fluctuate due to trees, buildings, radiation etc.). 5G networks will deliver download speeds up to 10 Gbps per second which means the same file will be downloaded in some minutes. So it will be saving a huge amount of battery power.

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Know Everything About 5G Mobile Phones

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Upcoming 5G Phones List

5G PhonesExpected Release Date
Galaxy S10February 2019
Huawei P30March 2019
OnePlus 7May 2019
Xperia XZ3January 2020
IPhoneX (2019)November 2019
Lenovo 5G January 2019

5G Mobile Updates

31st July 2018: Lenovo Vice President Cheng posted on Weibo that Lenovo will be the first to launch a smartphone with 5G support and Snapdragon 855 SoC. However, Cheng hasn’t unveiled any timeline for launch.

24th July 2018: Qualcomm has launched the “world’s first fully-integrated 5G NR millimetre wave (mmWave) and sub-6GHz RF modules” for smartphones. With this announcement, the Qualcomm has solved a major issue with a 5G rollout, that is, to produce eligible millimetre wave antennas that can fit inside modern smartphones.

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