What is 5G, how does it work and how fast is it.
5G network is the fifth generation of network connectivity and 5G is the successor of 4G LTE. Once phones are built to support 5G we can definitely expect faster internet speed.
It actually depends on your device, location, and network, but you should expect improvements of around 15-50 per cent. 5G can actually improve on 4G many more times than that in lab conditions, so there’s definitely a lot of room to grow: just imagine full 4K movies downloading in a minute or two, and you’re in the right area.
5G is not just about faster internet; it’s also about capacity, and being able to get a strong network signal in extremely crowded areas. In other words, you wouldn’t lose network reception at a crowded arena or a music concert.
5G Smartphone is coming and that is what makes me happy when I think of 2019. And if can have a clear in all those years spend 2018 is like no other year because it changes how our mobile phone look like. Just like we saw a phone like (Google Pixel 3, Xiaomi Mi Max 3, and Samsung S9) and so many of them that are available.
But these 2019 is going to be greater because the software part of the technology is already being tested by several network carriers and companies. These smart 5G phones are expected to be released in the first quarter/half of 2019 and these 5G networks will not be used only for Smartphone but the technology will be used for devices like VR device, cars, AR and smart home gadget and devices.
5G smart phones are certainly going to be taking over in 2019, with many of the biggest Android OEMs already confirming that they are working on 5G-ready phones.
Also confirming this is Qualcomm chief, Christiano Amon, has confirmed that “every Android vendor is working of 5G right now”, and it becomes increasingly clear that by the end of 2019 5G is going to be well and truly here.
1. Samsung Galaxy S10
Samsung will reportedly unveil the Galaxy S10 ahead of next year’s MWC at a standalone event on 20 February. The phone will be available for preorder from that date, and will then be released on 8 March. and, simply put, the transition to 5G for the Galaxy S10 would make a lot of sense as it would add dramatically to its list of features that will have Apple very worried.
THE GALAXY S10 looks set to be Samsung’s most interesting smartphone yet, with talk of 5G support, an in-display fingerprint scanner and a ludicrous quad-camera setup. THE GALAXY S10 looks set to be Samsung’s most interesting smartphone yet, with talk of 5G support, an in-display fingerprint scanner and a ludicrous quad-camera setup.
2. OPPO 5G Phone
The Chinese smartphone manufacturer claims to have successfully gained 5G Internet access for the first time.
Company VP Brian Shen outlined the process on Chinese social network Sina Weibo. Apparently, Oppo managed to make a successful connection between a modified Oppo R15 smartphone and a 5G network within its 5G communication protocol laboratory.
The Oppo R15 was released in April of this year, but the 5G test unit has been customised with the relevant 5G components.
You might wonder how Oppo has appeared to steal a march on many of its more illustrious smartphone manufacturing rivals when it comes to 5G. It’s not yet certain that it has, with several other manufacturers claiming to be ready to provide the world’s first 5G phone.
But it is worth noting that Oppo recently announced a close partnership with Qualcomm Technologies, which is expected to provide the first commercially available 5G modem.
Oppo has form when it comes to 5G firsts, too. Back in May 2018, the company performed the world’s first 5G video call demonstration using 3D structured light technology.
3. Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 (5G)
Although the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 has been officially unveiled as the Chinese company’s flagship for 2018, there are plans in place to release a new 5G-ready variant in 2019. This 5G models of the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 will use Qualcomm’s newest Snapdragon 855 CPU and Snapdragon X50 modem with an on-paper maximum download speed of 2Gbps.
4. OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7T
OnePlus is another OEM whose executives have shown commitments and made comments that hint an upcoming 5G smartphone. The company’s Chief Executive Officer Pete Lau has confirmed that the firm has a 5G phone in the work in conjunction with Qualcomm. And what better time to release such device than in 2019?
There’s no exact time frame for the release yet but we expect to see the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7T released around the same time the company launches its annual flagships.
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