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  • LTE is pretty fast as-is.

    How will the everyday real world user actually benefit from 5G?

  • What is the benefit of 4G?

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  • wired speeds on wireless networks

  • You think its fast enough cause you haven’t experienced 5g

  • Corona virus

  • the tech implementations that will really take advantage of 5g speeds (low latency game streaming etc) aren't really apparent right now because were still stuck on 4g just like how mp3 streaming and video streaming on the go weren't really popular when most people had 3g speeds and data caps on mobile plans back in the day

  • can't be scared of innovation, my guy. Technology is our friend

  • Yevin

    Corona virus

  • Nothing from what I see

  • arrrg

    wired speeds on wireless networks

  • topShotta

    the tech implementations that will really take advantage of 5g speeds (low latency game streaming etc) aren't really apparent right now because were still stuck on 4g just like how mp3 streaming and video streaming on the go weren't really popular when most people had 3g speeds and data caps on mobile plans back in the day

  • boomer

  • 5g mainly known for being able to support more devices and lower latency/ping on the same satelite iirc

  • As other people already said, it's mostly about getting lower latency.

    We will see the biggest improvements in IoT I think, so everything in an urban area could/will be connected to the internet, such as the street lights, the market's entrance door, etc.

    Also the low latency will create new scenarios like let's say a swedish doctor doing a surgery in real time on the other side of the world (controlling robot arms or something).

    Another example could be about cars: I've seen some telco companies doing this show where they let you drive a truck with a remote controller, but the truck is actually in another country and is moving with less than 10ms lag.

    There won't be much difference for phones I think, at least in the first few years.

  • Yevin

    Corona virus

  • Bonnie

    What is the benefit of 4G?

    sent via my iPhone 3GS

  • Papi

    As other people already said, it's mostly about getting lower latency.

    We will see the biggest improvements in IoT I think, so everything in an urban area could/will be connected to the internet, such as the street lights, the market's entrance door, etc.

    Also the low latency will create new scenarios like let's say a swedish doctor doing a surgery in real time on the other side of the world (controlling robot arms or something).

    Another example could be about cars: I've seen some telco companies doing this show where they let you drive a truck with a remote controller, but the truck is actually in another country and is moving with less than 10ms lag.

    There won't be much difference for phones I think, at least in the first few years.

    Yeah it seems that real world devices like you mentioned will really be the beneficiaries of 5G

  • just MG

    LTE is pretty fast as-is.

    How will the everyday real world user actually benefit from 5G?

    The 5g companies can charge more for it. Is your hardware up to 5g speed? Here buy the new 5g compatible. . .

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