In this era of the internet, we all excitedly waiting for 5g technology. Most of the developed countries like America, South Korea, Switzerland, Finland, and UK Canada France Germany Hong Kong Spain Sweden Qatar and UAE have Started 5G service.
What is 5G?
It’s the next – fifth-generation of mobile internet connectivity promising much faster data download and upload speeds, wider coverage and more stable connections.
It’s all about making better use of the radio spectrum and enabling far more devices to access the mobile internet at the same time.
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Let us see how 5G works
When 5G is coming to india?
The 5G spectrum expected to launch India 2021.The government’s ambitious plan to deploy commercial fifth-generation (5G) technology starting 2021 appears to be under serious threat.
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has started the process for auctioning the 5G spectrum in India. The auction will happen during the 2nd half of 2019.
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5G services in India are going to be launched as late as 2021 or in 2022. TRAI Secretary said in a recent CII event that “The telecom sector will move to 5G by 2022 and access to digital platform will become highly advanced in the next five years“.
5G Phone Availablity Today
5G services are expected to begin launch in India 2021, and smartphone manufacturers are ready to bring 5G-ready devices to the market by early next year. Companies like Realme, Nokia, and Xiaomi have expressed their interest in launching affordable 5G phones for the masses. Samsung Galaxy S10 5G and Oneplus 7 pro 5G are already launched.
Huawei has announced that its newly launched Kirin 990 flagship mobile processor with a built-in 5G modem will be coming to India soon.
The other mobile companies like Moto, Xiaomi, and LG is going to launch 5G smartphone this year for a faster experience. Apple is also going to launch 5G iPhones this year.
What people opposed 5G?
After America, now people in England have also opened a front against the 5G network. In Totnes city of England, people of the city have campaigned against the towers of 5G service. They believe that this is causing serious problems on the government’s health. 5G towers cannot be installed without researching their effects. High-frequency networks have often been prepared to stop.
John Kishan, the leader of the campaign being run in protest against 5G, has even left the job to join the campaign.