AirY, 15 Apr 2020In india jio 4G giving 100 to 200kbps downloading speed.5G will give arround 300kbps to 400kbps lolDepends on area, number of users in your location circle, apps utilizing the bandwidth, etc.
Plenty of ppl getting 2mbps download speeds on torrent yet browsing the web is slower but YouTube is still streaming faster. Plenty of times you get better connection through a VPN instead of not using one with your network provider.
[deleted post]You will get a rewarding 360p experience......a huge upgrade from 144p indian 4G experience ;p
INDIA 200Kbps 5G, 15 Apr 2020That is for developed countries, but for third world country like India where I live, it will ... morenot really, 5g is 5g globally the same connection types but using different bands, low, medium and mmwave i think, if it is installed you will see a significant increase, density is Indias problem, my phone worked fine in India on its 4g networks, although in some of the bigger cities of course there is a very slow connection, but thats a global thing, even in my small town there is enough capacity for the town, but come summer when the tourists come my 4g connection drops to a snails pace, and that is in the UK a developed country, its all about capacity and bandwidth, something that 5g will eliminate for the most part even in big densly populated cities, I also doubt that India will choose MMwave as it requires more installations and is highly sensetive to obstruction and interference, it would struggle in cities and crowded places unless there is a significant coverage on every street corner, not practical in my view in India
excellent!! with these speeds you can end up consuming you data plan sonner than expected :D
Well India no doubt has a huge subscriber base to deal with....but if you are well informed, you would know that in the case of Reliance Jio the network is bound to be overburdened. (What would you expect if a telecom company offers services for free? - Everyone wants to go there without realising the strain it poses on the infrastructure)
No one is saying that there are blazing fast speeds on 4G networks here, but look at Airtel and Vodafone. They average above 10MBps Down and Up. (Talking in context to your 100Kbps/200Kbps statement)
Its not perfect but its not what you depict it to be either.
geordie81, 15 Apr 2020not really, it will depend on the carriers capacity, but 5G has a way bigger capacity, for exa... moreThat is for developed countries, but for third world country like India where I live, it will always remain a pipe dream
Just like how Indian 4G is as fast as American 2G Edge network etc.,
AirY, 15 Apr 2020In india jio 4G giving 100 to 200kbps downloading speed.5G will give arround 300kbps to 400kbps lolnot really, it will depend on the carriers capacity, but 5G has a way bigger capacity, for example, the average 4G tower connection can sustain around 4000 people per square km, which in India or other dense urban centres nowadays is not that great, and understandable why you have slow transfer speeds, i remember that in Delhi and Other big cities, but 5G for example can sustain 1 MILLION in the same 1km-square, it also uses MiMo tech which helps as well, hopefully it should be far better for you when it arrive
AirY, 15 Apr 2020In india jio 4G giving 100 to 200kbps downloading speed.5G will give arround 300kbps to 400kbps lolLMAO I am genuinely getting 1/4 th of that speed ;)
INDIA is Pioneer of Network Connectivity and Speed
Thanks Samsung, but in india I already get groundbreaking 100 kbps on Jio 4G network at a latency of 180ms.
Pretty sure 5G in india will bring Space Age like speed upto 200kbps
Can't wait ;)