It’s a fact that there is a bid competence in 5G technology worldwide. Many operators launched their 5G service for a small percentage of their customers and some are preparing to launch it generally. While there are still great discussions about the 5G technology, exciting news continues to come. One of the world’s biggest operator Verizon announced that they achieved to get 4.2 Gbps, which is a new 5G speed record worldwide.
This new internet speed record was achieved in the test on the live network with Samsung Electronics, Motorola Mobility, and Qualcomm Technologies, eight-carrier aggregation.
4.2 Gbps speed was achieved by Motorola’s upcoming smartphone. The test combined eight separate channels of mmWave spectrum to achieve the multi-gigabit speeds. According to Verizon, this technology will be available for end-users on the 5G network in 2020.
What are the technical features of Motorola’s Smartphone?
Of course, the technical features and hardware of a smartphone is important for receiving the perfect 5G signals and for this test, Verizon used Motorola’s new flagship smartphone which has strong hardware. Here are the technical specs of the phone;
- Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865
- Mobile Platform with the Snapdragon X55 5G Modem-RF System
What are the technical specs for the 5G network of Samsung?
The experiment was made by a commercial network cell site in Texas, aggregated 800 MHz of 28 GHz band spectrum using Samsung Network’s 5G NR 28 GHz access unit. This network that achieved to get the new 5G speed record, is commercially deployed by Verizon.
What do you think about the 5th generation wireless network technology?
Investments in 5g are increasing all over the world. This technology, which is still in the trial phase, will take its place in our lives soon. But people have different opinions about 5g. While one side argues that 5G technology does not differ from 4G, except the speed, while the other side thinks 5G will change our lives completely. We are curious about your opinions on this matter. Which side are you on?
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