Sunday, May 12, 2013

Samsung to Offer 5G Service by 2020

The Korean smartphone manufacturing giant Samsung has emerged as the most innovative and progressive smartphone developer during the last couple of years and specially since its breakthrough Galaxy S2 smartphone.

But side by side, Samsung is developing technologies that would make its users feel the speed of light in their smartphones - the whooping 5G with speeds around 75-100 Mbps.

This was disclosed by Samsung Electronics Co. on Sunday that it successfully developed a core technology of the fifth-generation network (5G) for the first time, aiming to enable users to access faster data services by 2020, reports Yonhap News Agency.

The new wireless technology will enable customers to access a stream of data faster than the current fourth-generation network and download an entire movie in less than a second, the world's largest smartphone maker said.

Samsung Electronics said it has successfully tested the platform using the 28 Gigahertz (GHz) waveband to transmit data at a speed of 1 Gbps, which earlier had been considered as a conundrum by global industry players.

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