Finally 5G is available in all the major wireless devices which are rolling out their new networks and beating devices for the growing technology.
Naturally, everyone is marketing and telling that 5G is going to change everything. It stands for the 5th generation wireless cellular standard.
It’s a breathtaking time for wireless devices that all smartphones will truly functioning as productivity machines with a few wires and accessories. Laptops are expected to be faster and more powerful than before with advancement of Wi-Fi 6 and more powerful chips.
South Korea was first to launch 5G in wireless devices. There are three distinct frequencies on which 5G can operate i-e low, mid and high band spectrums. Each of them offers distinct advantages and disadvantages.
There are four major operators of wireless services in the US that have raised their 5G networks this year. Names of operators are AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon. AT&T presently active in 21 cities has been fastest among its 5G network and it projects that it will deploy in 30 cities by the end of 2019. However access is still limited to select business customers. Sprint presently active in 9 cities is going to be the slowest rollout this year as it isn’t set up any additional 5G cities by the end of the year.
5G is ready to perform first experience on smartphones by facilitating faster downloads and more picture perfect high definition streaming videos. Another target for 5G is Driverless vehicles that communicate virtually with cars and traffic signals. 5G should provide high speed home internet accessible in rural areas that can’t access it at present.