What's true and Whats's not about 5G: the next-gen network.

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You know 5G the next generation mobile data which is high speed,

is already live in handful of areas in the US as well as other parts of the world. Including countries like the UK and Australia. But we can see this networks rolls out many confusion and misconception around the new technology remain.

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As 5G will have impact on many people's lives all around the world, this is not completely surprising that there are so many understandably a lot of questions being asked about it.

It is predicted that by 2023 there will be 1 billion 5G customers. 5G Networks help people connect to a super fast mobile network, but also many other industries will benefit from the faster connectivity. Like self-driving cars, drones and the internet of things.

We are debunking a few 5G myths to learn more about 5G.
Also if you want to know more about 5G you can read this: What is 5G?

Is 5G Safe?

The network's radio frequency will be unsafe, expose people to radiation and cause cancer is one of the biggest concerns people have about 5G.
The World Health Organization give a report in 2011 and suggested that cellphone radiation should be listed as possible carcinogenic to humans.
The US Government found a link between cancers in rats and radio frequency radiation. But the link between phones and cancer may be overstated.

Will 5G replace 4G? Will I need a new phone?

To access a 5G networks, you will need a 5G phone but to reap some of its speed benefits it does not mean you need one 5G phone. In fact you may experience faster speeds on 4G as well when 5G networks rolls out. 4G is not being replaced by 5G.

But Will My Current Phone Be Faster?

By 2025, 15% of global mobile connections will be on 5G. 4G LTE usage will be about 59% an increase from 43% by the same year from 2018.

4G replaced 3G when it lunched but 5G will not replace LTE in that way.
As 5G networks roll out 4G phones may see a boost in speed. This will happen for two reasons:
Dynamic spectrum sharing and carrier aggregation.

Will 5G really close the Digital Divide?

With 5G roll out, the US is ahead of some countries such as China, Japan and Russia. The switch over from 4G to 5G will be staggered. That means many larger areas will still be on 4G for a while. There are also many rural areas and many agricultural in this country there no high speed internet or mobile data.

This 5G era may make the gap even further.

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