hand, 5G devices have started erupting from the world of fast technology. Some
of those companies that are tirelessly working on ensuring this come to reality
includes: Nokia, Samsung, Qualcomm, Ericsson, and Intel, among others.
5G technology offers opportunities for 3D video/UHD video
and rich media. 5G trials and tests are currently ongoing in a handful of
countries around the world. Ovum says that countries like South Korea, Japan,
China and the US are expected to have the first 5G networks in 2018.
vehicle moving at 100 km per hour and 7.5Gbps in a stationary position. Let
that sink in. With more optimisation work being done, perhaps we will yet see
much faster 5G speeds than these.
test operations between network equipment manufacturers and network operators
already exist. Intel plans to make its 5 mobile trial platform available for
the 5G network being deployed by Korea Telecom (KT) for the 2018 Pyeongchang
Olympic Winter Games, so expect a 5G network up and running in Korea next year.
2016. We are guessing that is what powers the world’s first 5G smartphone that
was showed to the world by Qualcomm’s Marketing lead for LTE and 5G NR modems,
Sherif Hanna. Have a look:
anywhere, only available for experimental purposes.
complete by the end of this year. You can follow the conversation around this
5G device by following this Twitter thread:
Hard to believe that I have the world’s first 5G smartphone in my hand! ? pic.twitter.com/b180MawEyT
— Sherif Hanna ? (@sherifhanna) October 25, 2017