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Say hello to 5G!

  1. krafiq Gingerbread Nov 26, 2018


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  4. aleshido Eclair Nov 27, 2018

    aleshido, Nov 27, 2018 :
    Wooow, I've never seen a smartphone testbench before... keep up on the edge of tech guys! :)
     

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  10. T1547621212088 Cupcake Jan 29, 2019

    T1547621212088, Jan 29, 2019 :
    The mobile wireless Generation (G) generally refers to a change in the nature of the system, speed, technology, frequency, data capacity, latency etc. Each generation have some standards, different capacities, new techniques and new features which differentiate it from the previous one. The first generation (1G) mobile wireless communication network was analog used for voice calls only. The second generation (2G) is a digital technology and supports text messaging. The third generation (3G) mobile technology provided higher data transmission rate, increased capacity and provide multimedia support. The fourth generation (4G) integrates 3G with fixed internet to support wireless mobile internet, which is an evolution to mobile technology and it overcome the limitations of 3G. It also increases the bandwidth and reduces the cost of resources. 5G stands for 5th Generation Mobile technology and is going to be a new revolution in mobile market which has changed the means to use cell phones within very high bandwidth.

    Simply said, 5G is the next generation of mobile broadband that will eventually replace, or at least augment, your 4G LTE connection. With speeds of up to 100 gigabits per second, 5G is set to be as much as 1,000 times faster than 4G. Latency, or the time it takes devices to communicate with each other wireless networks, will also drastically decrease.
     

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  11. Tobikage Marshmallow Jan 29, 2019

    Tobikage, Jan 29, 2019 :
    Great ! You know how to Copy Paste !
     

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  12. BeingIncog Marshmallow Jan 29, 2019

    BeingIncog, Jan 29, 2019 :
    It was post and run case!!! :joycat::joycat::joycat::joycat::joycat::joycat:
     

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  13. Tobikage Marshmallow Jan 29, 2019

    Tobikage, Jan 29, 2019 :
    *website link included in post = job done.
     

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  15. lkosova Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 30, 2019

    lkosova, Jan 30, 2019 :
    5 g is soooo like today!!! I was at the consumer Electronic show in Vegas and it was just kinda hard to get excited about something that you couldn't see and touch. Yes, there were plenty of demo's of all types but it wasn't like an exciting new phone or toy you can actually see. If I upgrade to the OP 7 I don't think I am getting the 5g one. It will be a price point decision for me...........
     

  16. Spelt Ice Cream Sandwich Jan 30, 2019

    Spelt, Jan 30, 2019 :
    5G is useless until the infrastructure is in place. It will also be very expensive for the first 36 months or so. They want to recoup some of their R&D right off the bat so it will be expensive. Just like 4k tv's were very expensive for the first couple of years. The recommendation is to stay with 4g for at least the first 36 months or so. Oneplus will be putting out two versions of the Oneplus 7. One with 5g and one without I would go for the one without, it will the only one halfway affordable.
     
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  17. elanglois Lollipop Jan 30, 2019

    elanglois, Jan 30, 2019 :
    That's what she said