World’s First Country to Introduce 5G Network
South Korea has just become the World’s First Country to introduce 5G Network last week Friday 05th April 2019. The interesting fact is that they have beaten US & Japan just by two days. As a matter of fact this ends up as an interesting competition. Between technologies oriented companies, Smartphone companies and the Cellular Network companies.
5G Network Technology Race Since 2018
Many companies understand the fact that the sooner they have fifth generation network ready, the sooner they can lead. Last Year in 2018, many countries started working for the concept of 5G network readiness. China and South Korea were the leading countries with 5G network invention and had the US chasing after. This year, we all see the South Korea leaving everyone behind and winning the title to become the World’s First Country to introduce 5G Network.
The Top Mobile Carriers Available in 5G Network
Samsung Galaxy S10 already has the 5G network enabled with it. It claims to have the fastest coverage, fastest speed as well the widest range comparing any other smartphone. Alongside South Korea who has become the World’s First Country to introduce 5G, with its best mobile carriers called SK Telecom, KT and LG Uplus. Currently Korea has maintained to build 34,000 5G-enabled base stations with the coverage into 85 busiest cities nationwide. These stations include university districts, subway lines, motorways etc.
Which Smartphone provides the Best 5G Coverage and Speed?
World’s first 5G networks were launched by Verizon in 2018 last year. But Korea still wins the title for the World’s First Country to introduce 5G. It is because Verizon last year declares that they’ll offer 5G services later in 2019. Which they have not launched yet.
Top Countries Collaboration for 5G Future
The US and South Korea have planned to invest and share 5G Network Economic benefits until 2034, worth about US$565bn globally. Chinese firms are invested heavily for 5G Network enhancement. Moreover, Japan has set a goal to have a full 5G service platform for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.