And the car was American!
YUKI93, 07 Sep 2020"Nevertheless, with proper control on the throttle, steering wheel and the gearbox, every... moreYeah. I've never had older technology break down or fail. The future has to work perfectly, or what's the point?
It's not safe, what happens if suddenly network brakes
😇😇😇 Will happen 😂😂😂
James Bond already did it over two decades ago with his Ericsson JB988 for his BMW 750iL.
They got next gen NFS. Obviously mi10 player feel no g-force so he wins.
With a 1ms low latency large scale network, you can imagine two surgeon specialists, residing in two different cities, perform the same operation on a single patient, residing thousands miles away in a third city.
A best implemented small scale 4G network can reach a latency of around 50ms. A typical large scale 4G network will have a latency of more than 100ms. The 5G standard promised a low latency less than 10ms. (4ms latency was thought to be the limit of 5G standard, according to some published studies.) 1ms latency for a large scale network is beyond the current understanding of 5G.
This demonstration is not primarily about Mi 10Ultra, the smartphone. It is primarily about a world-leading massive scale network with super-low latency (1 ms) connections coordinating events (people, sites, devices) thousands miles away, in real-time.
"Nevertheless, with proper control on the throttle, steering wheel and the gearbox, every car can be forced to drift in corners, and when it is done with a simple smartphone, it is obvious that the future is bright."
Yeah right, the future is bright... right until everything stopped working for no reason at the worst time.
An interesting demonstration for a promised revolution ushered in by the low-latency 5G network. Wait for thousands more such new 5G user scenarios in the coming post-4G world.
A timely reminder that 5G is primarily about something other than smartphones. Smartphone is just one of the many thousands 5G user scenarios.
I can't wait to drive my car with this phone 😀👍
Anonymous, 07 Sep 2020We can hire Michael Shoemaker to drive us in the circuit.... It would be fun... I think he's still in a coma.
Bla bla bla. I don't get 1ms on fiber optic wired network for distance under 200km and they're gonna sell us 5G through air and through bunch of hops is going to do that. Yeah, no. Also driving a car with clumsy touch screen smartphone. I don't think so. I'd somewhat believe it if it was wired desktop and the guy was driving it with gamepad using analog sticks or actual steering wheel.
Actually the credit goes to car more than it goes to the smartphone.
only Xiaomi bundled their flagship with car
increased, 07 Sep 2020No way was he drifting the car in a corner with that clunky touchscreen steering.agree :3
1 ms, damn! That’s really nice! However, being a standalone network and a lot of optimizations, this is more like „ideal test lab conditions“, not representative of real world performance.
increased, 07 Sep 2020No way was he drifting the car in a corner with that clunky touchscreen steering.Everything about the video spells fake.