South Korea: 5G only 2.8 times than 4G on average network speed
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South Korea: 5G only 2.8 times than 4G on average network speed.
South Korea’s average 5G network speed is lower than publicity expectations, and the upload speed is only 2.8 times that of 4G.
News on May 14, according to foreign media reports, since April 2019 when the three major telecom operators in South Korea launched 5G commercial services for public users, 5G has been commercially available globally for 4 years.
With the continuous improvement of 5G network coverage The number of mobile phones that expand and support 5G is increasing, and the number of 5G users around the world is also increasing significantly.
As the first country in the world to launch 5G commercial services, South Korea currently has a considerable number of 5G users.
Although it has not yet surpassed 4G to occupy a dominant position, it is expected to exceed 30 million at the beginning of the month, accounting for a proportion of mobile communication users. reached a third..
However, according to media reports, South Korea, which already has a considerable number of 5G users, still lags behind initial expectations in terms of network speed.
Media quoted data from the Ministry of Science and Information and Communication Technology of South Korea as saying that as of October last year, the average download speed of 5G in South Korea was 896.10Mbps, and the upload speed was 93.16Mbps , which were 5.9 times and 2.8 times the average speed of the 4G LTE network during the same period. times.
Some media mentioned in the report that before the 5G network starts commercial use, users have high expectations.
South Korea and telecom operators also claim that compared with 4G, 5G will be 20 times faster and access capabilities will be increased by 100 times. The delay is only one-tenth of 4G.