The 5G in Pakistan will change the dimensions of gaming world as it allows streaming of games on the smartphones with a minimal delay. The technology can provide data speeds 20 times faster than 4G long-term evolution (LTE) networks and better support for low latency artificial intelligence and virtual reality. By the end of 2019, the operator expects approximately 1 million 5G customers.
Samsung was the pioneer of introducing 5G in smartphones when it launched Galaxy S10 5G, a $2,000 Smartphone in February, 2019. South Korea, which boasts one of the highest mobile penetration rates in the world, is in a race to market 5G services with China, the US and Japan, pinning strong hopes on new technology to revolutionized IT sector.
As in the next generation of wireless systems, the “G” stands for generation. It is believed that each generation is faster, safer and more reliable. Until 2G was released, 1G was not used to define wireless technology. When the wireless networks were transformed from analog to digital, it was a gigantic leap in technology. The 3G offered faster data transfer speed i.e. 200 kilobits per second for multimedia use. A 4G promises a transfer speed of 1GB per second and 4G LTE is closing this gap very close. There is no significant difference but, the advertisers understand how to manipulate them.
With 5G’s blistering speed, customers could browse the internet, download files, and even stream video. Users could use more of it without crowding out other users with enhanced bandwidth. Smart devices can operate faster than ever before with more of the network devoted to each individual smart device.
Over the past decades, Pakistan is growing its digital and has massively embraced the digital lifestyle. 5G will bring more deep and long-term improvements to Pakistan’s economical transformation, social progress, and in livelihood of people. 5G is anticipated to have an impact on technology, healthcare, farming, and education sector of Pakistan