PHOENIX (3TV/CBS5) — You’ve substantially seen commercials touting 5G. But what accurately is it? “5G will be a diversion changer, since in further to faster information speeds, it lays a grounds for some-more modernized uses like unconstrained vehicles and intelligent cities,” pronounced Bree Fowler, a Consumer Reports Tech Expert.
That’s a ways away, though shortly 5G will concede faster downloads for videos, games and music, and adult to 5 times faster than 4G or LTE. Additionally, 5G can hoop some-more inclination during once. So, we won’t have to worry about bad use in swarming places.
So, where is 5G and what do we need to get it? “5G networks are still being built opposite a country,” Fowler said. “For now, a bigger carriers offer it in many vital cities, though some smaller ones too.”
But unless we already have a 5G-compatible phone, you’ll need a new one to take advantage of this new technology. Phones that support 5G embody a U.S. versions of Samsung’s newest flagship phones like a Galaxy S20, S20 and and S20 Ultra. LG, Motorola and OnePlus also offer 5G models.
But if you’re an Apple fan, you’ll have to wait. The association has not nonetheless announced skeleton for a 5G phone.
By a way, there are swindling theories that advise that 5G is somehow connected to a coronavirus. Consumer Reports says that’s totally untrue.