According to the data, disclosed by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), the 5G technology will arrive with the download speeds up to 20 Gbps and the uploads speeds up to 10 Gbps. The 5G Technology will be able to support a million users within one square kilometer. As the result, everybody in crowded areas and in densely populated cities will be able to benefit from such high speeds with ease.
In addition, no loss of speed when in motion up to 500 km/h. Naturally, there may be some adjustments required depending on the area and the service. The lag times are expected to decrease around 5 times compared to LTE. While the latency rate is 20 ms in LTE, this rate will drop down to 4 ms. Those who use URLLC protocols will experience a lag of 1 ms, virtually nothing.
It is also rumored that the 5G will be more energy efficient. It will consume less energy when the system is loaded or in idle mode. This is an indication that the battery life of the phone will increase. Various companies have already taken steps regarding the 5G technology. For example Samsung has recently introduced its new 5G RF Integrated Circuit (RFIC) technology. Intel on the other hand, developed its newer atom chipsets for 5G compatible devices. Of course, as technology advances, internet addiction will also increase.