We are living in the era of 5G. Built on top of the existing 4G network, it’s an evolution rather than brand new technology. Back on July 26, 2019, Huawei released the Mate 20X 5G version. On August 5, 2019, ZTE Axon 10 Pro 5G was released and went on sale. Since then, domestic 5G mobile phones have been continuously introduced, and my country has also entered the 5G era.
What 5G offers:
- Faster response times
- Download speed – up to 10 times faster compared to 4G
Its official, as we have been predicting, 5G smartphones shipping more than the 4G smartphones!
— Neil Shah (@neiltwitz) September 14, 2022
According to Counterpoint analyst Neil Shah, the data for the second quarter of 2022 shows that global 5G mobile phone shipments have reached 49.9%, successfully surpassing 49.7% of 4G mobile phones (3G mobile phone shipments accounted for 0.4%), this change shows that consumers are ditching old devices and opting for 5G mobile phones.
In January 2016, China’s 5G technology R&D test was officially launched and implemented from 2016 to 2018. It is divided into three stages: 5G key technology test, 5G technical solution verification and 5G system verification.