5G has been a long time coming, but this year, we should finally get to see the first true 5G services launch and the 5G devices go on sale.
What does this mean? Apart from faster – much faster – internet access on your phones, it promises to allow for things like smart home appliances and smart cars to better connect to the internet, allowing for much tighter control over connected appliances, improved road safety, traffic reporting.
The technology promises high-speed, low-latency connections, meaning 5G could potentially augment if not wholly replace traditional fixed-line broadband services.
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