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How 5G network will impact Android apps in 2019?

by Infiniticube Services Mobile app development

5G stands for fifth-generation wireless technology and it uses higher frequencies than 4G. 5G networks have increased capacity and low latency. You can transmit millions of MB of data in the blink of an eye. These networks operated in a high frequency between 28GHz and 60GHz. In today’s era, it is very much necessary to have good data speed. There’s a prediction which accounts that 1.4 billion devices will be running on the 5G by 2025. This analysis gives a clear insight into the bright future of 5G in mobile app development company. Users are very excited to welcome the 5G network and it is very fast and more accessible to the users.

Impact of 5G on Android App

Fifth-generation mobile makes the operation of mobile apps more efficiently which eventually boosts the productivity of customers and app  developers. Check out certain things which are possible only through 5G:

  1. Lower Battery consumption
  2. Supports the connectivity of up to 1 million devices in the same space
  3. Better precision capabilities
  4. Work 100 times fast as compared to 4G
  5. Faster file transfers
  6. Zero Latency
  7. Media-rich user experiences
  8. The Synergy of 5G and chatbots create better opportunities
  9. Enhance mobile broadband
  10. Greater speed


Fifth-generation is more capable than 2G, 3G or 4G which results in better functionality of mobile devices. It is a boon for the mobile application development company. You are surely wondering how to take full advantage of 5G technology on your android devices and mobile applications. Read our blog here for further updates. 

 

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