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AMA about 5G: Check the answers!

  1. Zach X.
    Community Team Staff Member Apr 27, 2020

    Zach X. , Apr 27, 2020 :
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    Hi friends,

    5G is one of the hottest topics in recent years, a technology that can fundamentally change how we work, communicate and play. If you have questions about 5G, how it works or what impact it might have in our lives, you are in the right place. I'm trilled to announce that OnePlus Community is inviting special guests from Google and Qualcomm for an exclusive AMA with a topic of 5G. If you have any questions related to 5G, no matter how technical they are, feel free to drop them here. This is an incredible chance to engage with the 5G industry experts.

    Please allow me to introduce our special guests:
    @Sat K from Google, and @Ignacio Contreras from Qualcomm:

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    Sat K is director of engineering on the Android platform team at Google, where he is responsible for core networking, wifi and telephony (including 5G)

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    Ignacio is senior director at Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., where he leads a product marketing team responsible for 5G wireless solutions, products and technologies for mobile devices and wireless infrastructure. He joined Qualcomm in 2009 to support the expansion of 3G and 4G businesses in automotive and IoT

    Sat and Ignacio will start answering your questions about 5G on April 30, 8pm - 9pm PT. Because of the limited time, they will be only answering no more than 20 questions in total. We appreciate your understanding, and please make sure you ask a great and interesting question!

    Starting today, we’ll be collecting questions for the AMA on this thread!
    • You are only allowed to ask one question
    • Please don't forget to tag the guest who you want to get answer from!
    This time, we will give away 5 Bullets Wireless Z to 5 lucky users who asked their favorite questions. Questions will be considered on a rolling basis until the end of the AMA. We suggest getting yours in sooner rather later. Standard terms and conditions applied.

    Have a great time everyone! We look forward to what you all come up with!


    Winner Announced:
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    Congratulations on being selected as our guests' favorite questions!

    AMA about 5G is now over. We really appreciate the participation our special guest @Sat K and @Ignacio Contreras. We are looking forward to more cooperation with Google and Qualcomm in the community.
     

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  2. Sat K
    Google - Director of Engineering May 1, 2020

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    Sat K , May 1, 2020 :
    We are excited by the promise of 5G enabling multi-gigabit speeds with ultra low latency at high reliability and the opportunity it brings to our users and ecosystem. With 5G, reducing latency and increasing how much can be processed in the cloud vs. the device, the ecosystem can deliver faster recognition, understanding, and more immersive experiences. With 5G ultra-fast speeds, carriers can power smart homes fluidly across all screens. This means all of your entertainment needs like online gaming, interactive media content, and AR/VR experiences with low latency and Ultra HD quality. Moving beyond the home, Google can enhance your “on-the-go” experience by providing seamless interactions with the world around you from friends and family to businesses. For example, Google Lens would allow users to seamlessly interact with real-world, from business reviews and hours to real time transit and traffic information. From massive IoT in the home to fast-tracking the adoption of self-driving cars, the possibilities that 5G could unlock are limitless and we look forward to the advent of exciting yet-to-be developed experiences.
     

  3. Ignacio Contreras
    Qualcomm - Senior Director May 1, 2020

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    Ignacio Contreras , May 1, 2020 :
    Although chip integration has several benefits, the design focus for a premium mobile platform goes beyond individual components to deliver best-in-class performance and power-efficiency at the system level -- which can contains dozens of chips built using different process nodes.

    For instance, we designed the Snapdragon 865 architecture years ago and decided that the right approach to offer all key technologies required in today’s premium 5G mobile devices was to develop the processing capabilities and wireless system in parallel. That’s why Snapdragon 865 offers superior capabilities including 5G peak download speeds that are up to 3 times those of competitors’ integrated baseband solutions, superior coverage, power-efficiency and support for sleek form factors through tight Modem-RF System design. Both the system-on-chip and baseband are built using 7nm process node. For next year, Qualcomm already announced the upcoming Snapdragon X60 Modem-RF System with a 5nm baseband.

    Beyond phones, many other device segments are already using our 5G chipset solutions, including 5G PCs, mobile hotspots and CPEs (customer premise equipment) for fixed wireless access. Overall I'm convinced that 5G, not just Qualcomm chips, will transform many industries... just like electricity did so in the 20th century.
     

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  4. Ignacio Contreras
    Qualcomm - Senior Director May 1, 2020

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    Ignacio Contreras , May 1, 2020 :
    As said in another answer, the Snapdragon 865 architecture was define circa 2016. This is before the 5G specifications were finalized! The technology decision was to develop apps processor and baseband in parallel to be able to offer all key technologies required in today’s premium 5G mobile devices including the latest camera, AI, graphics, Wi-Fi and cellular technologies.

    Snapdragon 765 architecture was designed later with a different design goal: Making 5G more broadly available and affordable. This led to our decision to integrate the 5G modem into the SoC.
     

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  5. Sat K
    Google - Director of Engineering May 1, 2020

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    Sat K , May 1, 2020 :
    From an Android platform perspective, with the rollout of 5G APIs in Android 11, one primary challenge for us has been closely coordinating with key partners in the ecosystem (carriers, chipset vendors, OEMs, developers) to provide them with the necessary infrastructure and platform APIs required to unlock new user experiences and accelerate 5G adoption. In that regard, we want our 5G APIs to work on the current generation of 5G-capable phones which are running on Android 10, which means we have to work with our OEM partners to backport our features to their Q based devices. Also, we have to closely coordinate with our carrier partners, understand their deployment plans and align their timelines with our platform rollout timelines. As you can see, there are a lot of moving pieces that all need to come together for 5G enablement in 2020 and we are working very closely with all our partners in the ecosystem!
     

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  6. Sat K
    Google - Director of Engineering May 1, 2020

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    Sat K , May 1, 2020 :
    5G should be inherently faster, which means whatever you're used to doing on your phone should just become faster - whether that's downloading or streaming a video or playing a online game or surfing the web or navigating with a mobile map. Our 5G APIs will allow app developers to further optimize their existing feature set, extending Wi-Fi-only features to 5G or loading higher resolution AR images for a richer user experience while protecting user privacy . We're working with internal Google product teams as well as leading external app partners in the areas of Media, Gaming, and AR/VR to brainstorm enhanced 5G experiences for inclusion in their 2020/2021 roadmaps. Finally we're really looking forward to 5G helping developers to make their apps more helpful to users in lots of little ways. This could be by being smarter about caching data or prefetching things that they know a user will want e.g. the next episode of that show you're watching.
     

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  7. Ignacio Contreras
    Qualcomm - Senior Director May 1, 2020

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    Ignacio Contreras , May 1, 2020 :
    Just in 5G there is a lot more to advance. Every 18-24 months or so there's a new release of 5G specifications and they include significant amount of Qualcomm's R&D. For example, the next release expected to be finalized this year will feature ultra reliable low-latency communications (URLLC) for industrial applications requiring latency as low as 1 millisecond, enhancements in vehicle-to-everything communications for automotive applications (e.g. sensor sharing), 5G operation in unlicensed spectrum and more.

    The 4G in the smartphones that many have in their hands is far more capable than 4G when it launched around 2010. Many features that make 4G faster and more reliable such as carrier aggregation, MIMO, 1024-QAM and Licensed-Assited Access (LAA) were not part of the initial specs. They were added through various improvements over the years. Same with 5G... which 10 years from now will be far more powerful than today.
     

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  8. Ignacio Contreras
    Qualcomm - Senior Director May 1, 2020

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    Ignacio Contreras , May 1, 2020 :
    The Internet of Things has evolved tremendously in the last decade or so, although this is more gradual evolution rather than revolution so can be hard to notice the change. Ten years ago smartwatches, smart speakers, smart earbuds, smart thermostats, connected cars and consumer drones were not a thing. Today, many of these are what we consider everyday devices. 5G will continue fueling this trend with more capabilities including 5G light for IoT devices requiring ~100 Mbps, 5G V2X for vehicle-to-everything communications, and support for high-reliability and positioning for industrial applications. I see a day in which 5G is treated like electricity today... adaptable to virtually any use case and used to connect things without much thinking about it.

    One thing to notice is that many of the connectivity and compute technologies that support the IoT come from the smartphone revolution. Not just 5G but areas such as low-power device architechtures, Bluetooth, heterogeneous computing, efficient on-device... they come and achieved scale thanks to the cell phone. With more mobile connections than people on Earth, the mobile industry is uniquely positioned to develop and scale the technologies that feed other areas of the economy, such as the IoT.
     

  9. Sat K
    Google - Director of Engineering May 1, 2020

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    Sat K , May 1, 2020 :
    Given the short range of 5G mmWave technology, the carrier partners that we've talked to that are deploying mmWave have indicated that they intend to concentrate on high density areas or locations with low obstruction possibilities, such as the inside of stadiums or central city squares where residents tend to congregate. With longer range of 5G Sub-6 technology, carriers would deploy Sub-6 similar to their current LTE deployments which means broader coverage to reach most residents in a particular city. So we expect that over time, users will have reliable Sub-6 coverage in their everyday lives but be able to experience blazing fast mmWave speeds in select special locales.
     

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  10. Ignacio Contreras
    Qualcomm - Senior Director May 1, 2020

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    Ignacio Contreras , May 1, 2020 :
    First, Wi-Fi is with us for the long run. Many people debate about the capabilities of Wi-Fi vs. 5G, but what we will see is that they're largely complementary and will co-exists for a very long time.

    5G is particularly well suited for dense public environments, such as a stadium or concerts (when we can attend those again). The fact that 5G uses (for the most part) licensed spectrum, the use of mmWave and the scheduled-resource nature of cellular systems allow for the extreme capacity required when many people is attempting to access high-bandwith applications at the same time. 5G also provides the performance, features and reliability required for industrial applications, cloud-dependent enterprises and vehicle-to-vehicle communications.

    In enterprises using private or dedicated 5G networks, small cells based on new virtual radio access network (vRAN) architectures will enable an easier integration with the underlying IT infrastructure. vRAN-enabled 5G mmWave will support 5G PCs with gigabit speeds using cellular-grade security to make bandwidth-intensive tasks (such as transferring large files, video calls, remote desktop, backup to cloud) faster and well protected. 5G mmWave can make remote storage feel as seamless as local storage – boosting the way users create, collaborate and communicate for enhanced productivity and competitiveness especially enterprises rely more and more on cloud applications (e.g. OneDrive). vRAN is important for enterprise applications because it allows the design of small 5G mmWave radio heads that can be collocated with Wi-Fi access points where backhaul and power is already available – supporting a quick rollout with superb coverage and performance.
     

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  11. Sat K
    Google - Director of Engineering May 1, 2020

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    Sat K , May 1, 2020 :
    When Indian telecom carriers are ready to begin their expansion of 5G technology, Google will be ready to work with them to provide the necessary information to the platform to enable the 5G developer ecosystem in India. We will also be able to share with them best practices on making the most out of their 5G networks, whether that is ways to optimize certain types of network traffic or providing upgrade options that benefit users and carriers alike.
     

  12. Ignacio Contreras
    Qualcomm - Senior Director May 1, 2020

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    Ignacio Contreras , May 1, 2020 :
    Yes. Many operators are already committed with deploying broad coverage or nationwide 5G networks... starting as early as this year. This is facilitated by the ability to use 5G in lower frequency bands that can provide wide area coverage, particularly with the use of Dynamic Spectrum Sharing (DSS) which allows concurrent operation of legacy 4G and 5G in the same spectrum bands. The use of 5G in lower bands and DSS have been pioneered with Snapdragon Modem-RF systems... and those capabilities are available in the wave of 5G smartphones launching this year including the OnePlus 8-series.

    Another way that 5G will benefit rural areas is through Fixed Wireless Access, a fancy term to talk about providing fixed internet access to homes, schools and businesses using 5G infrastructure rather than fiber, cable or DSL which is not economically feasible in many rural areas. Qualcomm announced last year new 5G mmWave antenna modules specifically designed to support high-speed Fixed Wireless Access with extended-range.
     

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  13. Ignacio Contreras
    Qualcomm - Senior Director May 1, 2020

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    Ignacio Contreras , May 1, 2020 :
    4G specifications already include capabilities to support low-power IoT applications -- these are the eMTC and NB-IoT modes which can support operation for up to 10 years using a couple of AA batteries. 5G will extend support for these modes, and introduce 5G NR-Light — a new class of devices that is more capable than eMTC/NB-IoT but supports different features and smaller bandwidth compared to today's 5G. For example, NR-Light can occupy just 10 or 20 MHz of bandwidth and deliver 100 Mbps of downlink and 50 Mbps of uplink throughput, making it a suitable technology for use cases such as high-end wearables or industrial IoT cameras and sensors.

    5G also is defined to support integrated access and backhaul, which means that 5G not only connect the device but it's also use to connect the base station to the core network (e.g. via another base station that has fiber connectivity). This facilitates the deployment and expansion of the network to support all kinds of applications including those from IoT.
     

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  14. Sat K
    Google - Director of Engineering May 1, 2020

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    Sat K , May 1, 2020 :
    With 5G standalone networks, game developers can expect great improvement in the round-trip-time when networks are ready to enable the ultra low latency features. Cloud gaming fans will certainly benefit from these latency reductions as well as the expected improvement in 5G coverage means more on-the-go game play wherever you are.

    Game developers, esports promoters, and creators of massive multiplayer games can take advantage of the higher bandwidth and lower latency to offload compute to the cloud. Cloud gaming services including Google Stadia where all of the processing occurs in the cloud freeing developers from the constraints of on-device CPU/GPUs can enable same level of gaming experience in 5G now. But it also enables hybrid scenarios in which specific intensive algorithms are offloaded to the cloud.

    Finally, many AAA games are often 2+ GB, which can be very imposing for users to download on the go. On a typical LTE connection it could take over 20min. On public wifi, potentially even longer. 5G can do so in under 90 sec, which can mean the difference between acquiring or not acquiring a user.
     

  15. Sat K
    Google - Director of Engineering May 1, 2020

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    Sat K , May 1, 2020 :

    In the U.S., many traditional fixed line providers are also cellular carriers (examples - AT&T, Comcast, Verizon). These providers are actively exploring or have aspirations to provide fixed line service via 5G to homes as a way to solve for the last-mile hurdle of having to lay fiber or cable lines directly to each household. With internet service inside the home being provided by cell towers, 5G could power smart homes fluidly across all screens. This means all of the benefits of 5G on mobile phones could be extended to your home entertainment devices as well. Your entertainment bundle could be accessed seamlessly across devices which allows you to pick up where you left off across any screen or device. The user experience can be powered and controlled hands free via Voice and Google Assistant allowing you to consume media while you multitask. In the UK, people are already buying home 5G plans as well as people using their mobile's 5G connection to augment their existing home connection.
     

  16. Ignacio Contreras
    Qualcomm - Senior Director May 1, 2020

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    Ignacio Contreras , May 1, 2020 :
    5G is a new kind of network that will not only enhances today’s mobile broadband services but will also support a vast diversity of devices and services and connect new industries with features to support mission-critical communications and huge number of devices connected to the network. 5G will redefine a broad range of industries from retail to education, transportation to entertainment, and everything in between. It's see as transformative as electricity was in the 20th century.

    A 5G Economy study supported by Qualcomm found that 5G’s full economic effect will be realized across the globe by 2035, supporting a wide range of industries potentially producing more than $13 trillion worth of goods and services.
     

  17. Ignacio Contreras
    Qualcomm - Senior Director May 1, 2020

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    Ignacio Contreras , May 1, 2020 :
    Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) to provide internet connectivity in homes, schools, small businesses and rural areas is probably one of the first applications where we will see 5G beyond phones. For many mobile operators who will deploy 5G infrastructure anyways to serve mobile customers, it makes a lot of sense to expand their business to FWA now that 5G can provide speeds comparable to those from fiber, cable or DSL -- particularly using mmWave.

    I expect 5G FWA taking off as early as this year in many countries, emphasized by the realization that connectivity is more important than ever these days. In fact, there are already more than 30 OEMs working on FWA equipment using Snapdragon 5G Modem-RF Systems.
     

  18. Sat K
    Google - Director of Engineering May 1, 2020

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    Sat K , May 1, 2020 :
    Google has always believed that "fast is better than slow" It's in one of our oldest philosophy documents: https://www.google.com/about/philosophy.html Several Google product teams are working together to establish a roadmap of innovative 5G features and experiences for our users. For example, the AR team in Search is bringing Google Search results to life by allowing users to view high quality 3D objects and placing them in your space. With 5G, users can expect decreased load times and the ability to download larger, high fidelity assets without having issues like latency or bandwidth restrictions. With Google Lens, we can offer users immersive experiences over a 5G connection which could result in interactive store experiences making discovery, navigation, and purchasing frictionless. With Duo, 5G enables resolution improvements in video calling. With YouTube, users can enjoy 4K everywhere even if live streaming. The possibilities are endless and we are looking forward to seeing most of these experiences go live!
     

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  19. Ignacio Contreras
    Qualcomm - Senior Director May 1, 2020

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    Ignacio Contreras , May 1, 2020 :
    We are only a year in the rollout of 5G networks. 5G is designed to evolve, with new features and capabilities rolling out over the next decade. Operators in are taking diverse approaches to their 5G deployments – some starting with 5G mmWave for extreme capacity and multi-gigabit speeds in dense areas, others using mid-bands for city-wide coverage and faster connectivity, others prioritizing low-bands to offer 5G nationwide.

    Despite their different initial approaches, all major operators are expected to use a combination of high, mid and low bands to provide both nationwide 5G coverage and multi-gigabit speeds – starting as soon as this year.

    Another key operator milestone for 2020 includes the start of the transition to 5G standalone which brings new capabilities such as network slicing that allows customized network performance in areas such as automotive, enterprise and industrial applications.

    In 2021, we expect that operators will aggregate their diverse spectrum assets including mmWave + sub-6 to lift 5G performance, and in the future new releases of the 5G specifications will allow for more capable 5G private networks, ultra-reliability for industrial IoT applications, enhancements in vehicle-to-everything communications, 5G in unlicensed spectrum and more.
     

  20. Sat K
    Google - Director of Engineering May 1, 2020

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    Sat K , May 1, 2020 :
    Google has been working to develop platform-level optimizations that can help extend battery life across multiple releases of Android and many newer phones (like the OnePlus 8 Pro) have larger batteries than their predecessors so this isn't an apples to apples comparison. In some situations you'll even see battery life improvements on 5G since if you don't have to spend 20 minutes to download a game you'll save battery life. We don't expect 5G devices to have worse battery life than their predecessors.

    5G brings more than 10x faster wireless speeds. The speed will vary depending on your device and your carrier but in our own real-world testing with production devices we've seen speeds of hundreds of megabits for downloads.
     

  21. Dresa91
    User of the Year 2016 Apr 27, 2020

    Dresa91 , Apr 27, 2020 :
    Hey @Zach X. cool idea:)

    Hi @Sat K and @Ignacio Contreras :)
    My question to you:
    Do you really think 5G phones are necessary at the moment?
    There are enough countries and cities that are still lagging behind in 4G deployment. And now to offer devices that rely on 5G, thus selling customers an added value for more money, which they cannot or can hardly use at present and in the next 2 to 3 years, doesn't make sense, does it?
    why this strategy?
     

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  22. Batman360 , via OnePlus 7 Pro Nebula Blue , Apr 27, 2020 :
    Hi @Zach X. , thanks for hosting another amazing AMA.

    @Sat K and @Ignacio Contreras My question would be :-

    As seen the range on 5G is really low. Once you are away from the signal tower or have some sort of barrier between your device and the tower like a wall or trees, the signal tends to weaken. So in this case if building more towers isn't a feasible solution then what solutions would you suggest to a problem of this kind?
     
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  23. YRJ
    The Lab - OnePlus 7T Reviewer Apr 27, 2020

    YRJ , Apr 27, 2020 :
    A great opportunity with some wonderful invitees!
    My questions will pop up soon ;)
     

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  25. Liehjan
    Lollipop Apr 27, 2020

    Liehjan , Apr 27, 2020 :
    My question: @Ignacio Contreras Have you invested enough of money, to research the health concerns with 5G? This is a hot topic right now, and it seems to be really two sided depending on who you ask.
     

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  27. MosheG1
    The Lab - OnePlus 8 Pro Reviewer Apr 27, 2020

    MosheG1 , via OnePlus 8 Pro Ultramarine Blue , Apr 27, 2020 :
    @Sat K. while some mid and low band spectrum 5G are available more broadly, with mm wave only in select areas, when do you think that the blazing fast 5G speeds that we have come to believe are the future, whether it be allowing remote surgery or an entire Network of connected driverless cars, will actually come to fruition on a larger scale (when do you think the network will be capable of being used this way)?

    meaning when in the future do you see 5G mm waves prevalent to this degree of speed throughout most major countries or even just the US?

    @Ignacio Contreras how hard was it to integrate 5G into your Snapdragon chips, do you think that integrating them will make it much harder to eventually shift from an 7 nanometer processer to a 5 nanometer processer? and what other devices do you see Qualcomm putting 5G chips into besides smartphones (like laptops and other devices) and is there any device in particular that you think your chips will revolutionize by adding 5G?
     
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    The Lab - OnePlus 8 Pro Reviewer Apr 27, 2020

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  29. Batman360
    Lollipop Apr 27, 2020

    Batman360 , Apr 27, 2020 :
    @Sat K and @Ignacio Contreras

    Do you think if 5G is stable worldwide, it can make wifi obsolete? And if it will then can it be able to match the prices of wifi datapacks or will 5G datapacks be really costly in near future?
     
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  30. the_o2
    User of the Year 2018 Apr 27, 2020

    the_o2 , Apr 27, 2020 :
    Hi Sir @Sat K and @Ignacio Contreras
    Here is my question:

    The 5G is in early stages many countries don't even have it, So if I buy a 5G device now in a country which don't have a 5G network, what guarantee in future my smartphone will able to use the 5G network if the Band is not available in my country or the device don't have it, like happened in past with 4G networks some devices don't have the specifics LTE band in specific countries.

    Or just millimeter wavelength (mmWave) in enough.
     

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  31. Venky61
    OnePlus TV Expert Community Expert Apr 27, 2020

    Venky61 , Apr 27, 2020 :
    Thanks @Zach X. for the AMA

    My question to @Sat K is,
    According to you, any technology or industry that you are looking forward to, which can take the advantage of the 5G network and bring a huge impact in the lifestyle in the coming years?
     
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  32. MosheG1
    The Lab - OnePlus 8 Pro Reviewer Apr 27, 2020

    MosheG1 , via OnePlus 8 Pro Ultramarine Blue , Apr 27, 2020 :
    great question!
     

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  33. Venky61
    OnePlus TV Expert Community Expert Apr 27, 2020

    Venky61 , Apr 27, 2020 :
    Thank you.. :)
    Hopefully we get an insight about what other industries are majorly targeted with this ;)
     

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    The Lab - OnePlus 8 Pro Reviewer Apr 27, 2020


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  35. SultanaDaaku
    Eclair Apr 27, 2020

    SultanaDaaku , Apr 27, 2020 :
    @Ignacio Contreras @Sat K
    Given the current Covid-19 situation which is hampering the overall economic situation in the world.
    How do you plan to overcome the challenges faced by telecom operators and make these 5G devices a great success specially in a country like India where 5G network at this moment is far from its reach.
     

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  36. F_Pradeep_Mishra_vAER , via OnePlus 7T Pro , Apr 27, 2020 :
    Apart from smartphones do you guys working on Healthcare system as with 5G technology, which has lower latency and higher capacity, healthcare systems can offer remote monitoring for more patients.

    Which can really make a difference in this or future pandemic situations
     

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  39. karthik yadawad
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 27, 2020

    karthik yadawad , via OnePlus 5 , Apr 27, 2020 :
    Here's my question @Ignacio Contreras @Sat K already there's much stable giga fibre wifi which can cover wide range as 5G network can't be everywhere, also fibre may be cheaper than 5G network. Some of the research says 5G frequencies are any more harmful than other types of electromagnetic radiation, like visible light. Is there any solution for this..
     

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