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Samsung Clocks 7.5Gbps on a 5G Network Speed Test

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With few smartphones and gadgets in the Mobile market niche having a 4G network capability,5G network might seem to many as unbelievable and unrealistic from Samsung.However the company isn’t taking the 5G issue simple as such.Reports suggest the Company is rumored to soon unleash a device that might actually feature 5G power drive,despite the fact 4G Networks even in some countries and state not available any sooner.

Samsung also broke the data transmission record on a mobile environment recording a 1.2Gbps (150 MB per second) in a vehicle moving a speed of over 100 kilometers an hour, achieving a stable and uninterrupted connection. The most existing thing about this test is that Samsung used a 28GHz 5G network; where 5G connections at such high frequencies aren’t used due to short range determinant.The 5G networks isn’t complete as Samsung still hopes to fix few hitches and drawbacks like the short range issue by use of a “Hybrid Adaptive Ray Technology” among other small issues to ensure its at its best performing level.On Samsung’s Official website Sammobile.com top Samsung executive Chang Yeong said,”In addition to leveraging our own global R&D capabilities, we will also continue to cooperate with other industry leaders and research centers across the world. Whether you are talking about mobile devices, the cloud, or the Internet of Things, the demand for 5G telecommunications standard and its supporting technologies will continue to grow.”

Samsung is not only concentrating on the technical developments but clearly engaging other industry and market partners to ensure the best standard settings for the overall growth and development of 5G Technology.However the 5G technology is far from being commercialized or used due to various limitations ranging from technical hitches of the network itself and lack of 4G networks in most countries leave alone 5G.


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