Samsung today announced that it has developed and successfully tested core technologies for next-generation 5G networks and will be delivering it to consumers by the year 2020. According to the South Korean company, this new technology is several hundred times faster than current 4G technology and can transmit nearly a GB of data in a second. Also Read - Fortnite Cosmic Summer Event on June 22: Rewards, quests, other details revealed
Samsung has further revealed that it has overcome the limitations on the millimeter-wave bands that are currently used for 4G networks, through its adaptive array transceiver technology. This new technology basically transmits data using 64 antenna elements at speeds of 1.056GBps and frequency of 28GHz over small distances. This, according to the company, prevents radio waves lost when travelling over long distances. Also Read - International Yoga Day 2021: mYoga app announced by PM Modi, everything you need to know
In simpler words, by 2020, consumers will be able to access high-definition content and games almost instantly. Using 5G network consumers will be able to download and share huge data files, games or high-definition 3D movies in a second or two.