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TUESDAY, MAY 14, 2013  |  5 comments
Samsung claims breakthrough in 5G mobile broadband: Download films in a second with even faster smartphones

It’s one faster, isn’t it? With most people still waiting to upgrade to a phone or contract package that will allow them to skim the internet using 4G, it is with a weary shrug to the inevitability of progress that we acknowledge the news from South Korea that 5G mobile internet is on its way.

Samsung, a company that seems to be getting larger and more powerful every time you turn your back – like one of the Boo ghosts in Super Mario – announced in a company blog on Monday that its boffins have successfully developed transceiver technology which will allow them to roll out a 5G cellular band in about seven years’ time.

And, rather than being a noticeable but not game-changing upgrade like the one from poor, tardy 3G to 4G, Samsung reckons this technology could provide data transmission at a whopping 100 times faster than the current 4G networks of 2012. Which seems almost unnecessarily speedy. ...


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Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Christopher000 wrote:
I've always had a need for speed but I'm fine with the 4G's and the quantums. I have never found myself sitting around tapping my nails waiting on something and I wonder how noticable the speed upgrade would be anyway.
US, I know, right? But...guilty! I am one of those freaks who don't seem to make a lot of sense...ha-ha. Funny, just a couple of years ago, the smaller your phone was, the cooler you were and a 15" flat screen cost $500. The world and technology are sure moving fast.
My son loves it too. But I must confess I am not much of a tv or movie watcher. The 5G speed is supposed to be 100x faster. But as already pointed out they have spend the money to implement it. Besides Harold Camping said we won't be around by 2020.
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Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I've always had a need for speed but I'm fine with the 4G's and the quantums. I have never found myself sitting around tapping my nails waiting on something and I wonder how noticable the speed upgrade would be anyway.

US, I know, right? But...guilty! I am one of those freaks who don't seem to make a lot of sense...ha-ha. Funny, just a couple of years ago, the smaller your phone was, the cooler you were and a 15" flat screen cost $500. The world and technology are sure moving fast.

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San Jose John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by San Jose John
Won't be any good unless/until supporting infrastructure is up and running. I'm told here in California it hasn't been so easy to provide coverage (i.e. acquire permits to build the many needed relay towers) to support 4G thus far. We'll see.
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Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
I have yet to see the logic of people who spend big bucks to get a 50 inch or bigger flat screen television and then are excited because they can watch the same content on a 3-6 inch screen with poorer resolution.
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Bro. James | Texas  Find all comments by Bro. James
As if we are not impatient enough allready !!!
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