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OnePlus 5G Open Course Part 1: What is 5G?

  1. Dale F.
    Copywriter Feb 25, 2019

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    Dale F. , Feb 25, 2019 :
    Clue: All the answers are in the post :cool:
     

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  2. the_o2
    Marshmallow Feb 25, 2019

    the_o2 , Feb 25, 2019 :
    You know the answer and still you asking :rolleyes::rolleyes:
     

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  3. YRJ
    Lollipop Feb 25, 2019

    YRJ , Feb 25, 2019 :
    Thanks for the clarifications Dale!
    No need to apologise it's all good :)
     

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  4. Dextro_619
    Honeycomb Feb 25, 2019

  5. manjuhn1115
    Cupcake Feb 25, 2019

    manjuhn1115 , Feb 25, 2019 :
    seems very informative but in India 4g speed can't go upto 10mbps even though the upload speed of 4g is 150mbps
    I think for 5g network we may get 4g speed that is of 150mbps
     

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  6. Ashwinkumar989
    Honeycomb Feb 25, 2019


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  7. Sai Krishna Thorata
    Ice Cream Sandwich Feb 25, 2019

  8. hbhandari0008
    Cupcake Feb 25, 2019


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  9. Arun priyan
    Donut Feb 25, 2019

  10. durgraj17
    Gingerbread Feb 25, 2019


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  11. Khems91
    Gingerbread Feb 25, 2019

    Khems91 , Feb 25, 2019 :
    Could you plz explain why my 5T always killing background apps that shouldn't be killed and what you people are doing about it?

    I need an explanation for it, not for 5G.
     

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  12. JelleZon
    Lollipop Feb 25, 2019


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  13. cdnfarmer
    Jelly Bean Feb 25, 2019

    cdnfarmer , Feb 25, 2019 :
    Thanks Dale for the interesting read. This is something that will be interesting to see it's implementation on a widespread level.

    We currently have infrastructure for 5G in Canada. Now having true compatible devices that are affordable, And how the widespread implementation of the 5G are the big questions.

    I live in a rural setting so yes, I can tell you the experience of getting 4G (and 5G, yes it is compatible) smart hub has made a huge difference in accessing the internet. We now have on average 24-28Mbps and no longer need to go get coffee while waiting for websites to open. Seriously, not even 3 years ago, this was our reality.
    Screenshot_20190225-001230__01.jpg

    I look forward to seeing how a 5G compatible phone on such network will work out here in the rural setting. I hope reception will be even stronger and consistent than the existing phones and current network capabilities. :)
     

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  14. alishan212
    Gingerbread Feb 25, 2019

    alishan212 , Feb 25, 2019 :
    Had an entire subject on Wireless and Mobile Communications a previous semester.
    This is by far the best stripped-down simplified explanation I've ever come across that even those that have no relation to the technical aspects of engineering can understand. Brilliant!

    We'll all have to live with a lot more antennae and wireless signals around us. It'll be nice if you'd dispell all the myths revolving around how harmful it is and what not.
     

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  15. DionisisKos
    Honeycomb Feb 25, 2019


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  16. I1541231927877
    Cupcake Feb 25, 2019

    I1541231927877 , Feb 25, 2019 :
    sir when people purchased such a costly phone, and u people provide a cheap class glass and back cover, what is the use of giving that too.
     

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  17. Stella_C
    Froyo Feb 25, 2019

    Stella_C , Feb 25, 2019 :
    Thanks for explain about 5G because I have one assignment is need learn about this.

    Thanks for make me have a basic understanding about 5G.[e]1f601[/e]
     

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  18. DARTH 007
    KitKat Feb 25, 2019

    DARTH 007 , Feb 25, 2019 :
    what does it have to do with 5G
     

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  19. DARTH 007
    KitKat Feb 25, 2019

    DARTH 007 , Feb 25, 2019 :
    yes 5G is a huge step forward once all countries embrace the technologies.
    meanwhile the ist batch of 5G phones is gonna be very expensive,they will be tech ready, but OnePlus will release new phones every 6 months.
    so.if.you have 5G with your carrier then it makes sense to own a 5G OnePlus. otherwise not because in the next 6 months your OnePlus is obsolete.
    I type this from a op6 , and I know that I am almost obsolete and fully obsolete once the OnePlus 7 comes out.
     

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  20. I1541231927877
    Cupcake Feb 25, 2019


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