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@wordwizard24 · Posted 23 Aug. 2020
@Muneeb.Zafar · Posted 08 Sep. 2020
I think it will be revolutionary i saw the video other day, that was amazing doctors can operate remotely, people can shop while sting home and the can actually see if the furniture can fit in the room.
Education will be online and students can perform all task online. OMG its hard to believe yet its in next corner
Bomb . Carpe Diem...
@bomb · Posted 15 Sep. 2020
They are the next big thing. But if your country has a lousy internet backbone, the speeds won't be of benefit. Some service providers may not afford it. Therefore, buying a device with this capability may be an unnecessary expense in the short run.
But in the long run, that is the direction everything is going. The development in hardware and software demands for faster connectivity. That is exactly where 5G comes in.
@Tasty.Chicken · Posted 24 Aug. 2020
I'm not so sure yet, I guess now it's here or coming very soon I would like to see if it's an actual improvement.
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@debkatz78 · Posted 30 Aug. 2020
They have been advertising 5G within the US for months now. I don't know anyone personally on a 5G network yet. I don't have it. I honestly have no need for it because I don't play mobile games or watch movies, stream TV shows, or anything of the sort on the go. I use my phone for texts, calls, social media now and then, and GPS when I am out and about.
@JohnBelley · Posted 30 Aug. 2020
Well no they're not ready yet. It can take years there will be no critical mass until at least 2025. The current critical can't afford 5g Phones plus its to much early the chipest we're using come with heat, increased handset size, and decreased battery life which mean smartphone not support some of the bands which are deployed in some years