As more countries implement the 5G internet, new devices are being developed to support the technology.
We have separated the main smartphone models that are now covered by the fifth generation of mobile broadband. Check out!
- Motorola G 5G
- Motorola G 5G Plus
- Motorola Edge
- Motorola Edge +
- Galaxy S 21 5G (+)
- Galaxy Note 20
- iPhone 12 series
- Zenfone 7
It is worth remembering that, in addition to smartphones, other devices can now accept 5G technology through the Internet of Things.
What is the average cost of 5G internet?
With the same parameters as in countries that have adopted 5G Internet, it can be seen that the average cost of packages offered by operators is slightly lower. This is due to the fact that, according to experts, 5G bits will reduce the cost of the franchise and reduce the burden on consumers. For example, the British company Vodafone has offered 5G unlimited internet. Packages around £ 30.
What are the benefits of 5G internet?
5G internet offers many benefits, so we’ve summarized the main ones so you don’t get lost.
In addition to the download speed being up to 34 times faster compared to 4G, the upload speed should also be higher, although not in the same proportion due to the limitations of the devices’ batteries.
Reduction of battery consumption
Speaking of battery, consumption should also be better (this is new!). This is because the technology allows the 4G system to operate, remaining unused until the user needs to resort to functions that require more speed.
In theory, 5G technology can simultaneously support up to 1 million mobile devices per km² . This has everything to do with that spectrum block logic we discussed earlier.
Shorter response time
With a lower latency rate, major innovations that had technological barriers, such as the autonomous car, can be implemented in a much more reliable and safe way.
5G and the Internet of Things
Some segments, from agriculture to retail and home goods, use connected devices and information generators, but their popularity extends beyond the 4G Internet. The entire IoT industry needs to grow.
The most used example is that of smart cards, which do not require a driver. Connected with the information received by an application, a delay in data transmission or a system crash due to capacity limitation could mean a serious accident.
With the 5G internet, automated car testing should only grow.
And with the coverage and reach of 5G technology increasing in the coming years, it’s to be expected that we’ll soon see these cars of the future walking our streets.