S10 5G SPEED Samsung Galaxy

I just got back from Chicago had a few amazing days there I cannot wait to visit that city again and while I was there I was able to shoot
my one-month experience with the Samsung galaxy s 10 5g and what it’s like to use that phone on a day-to-day basis more like a real-world test so if you’re
interested in picking that phone up you need to watch it and while I was there I was able to test out 5g for a couple of days and
I was so impressed with it that I wanted to make a separate experience video on what it was like to use 5g I was able to test it out
on the Verizon network but all major carriers should be launching 5g sometime this year so if it’s coming to your city I want to give you a glimpse of
how this is gonna change the way you use your phone before I show you some tests I feel like a breakdown of 5g is necessary there are two types
of 5g that you will see coming to a city near you, they will both work together to make a seamless experience but the one I got to test was
the high band millimeter-wave transmitted by nodes like these throughout the city the bandwidth of the spectrum is incredibly high and it’s meant to give you super-fast directional data
very precise beaming directly to your phone but the signal can be easily blocked by light poles trees and other obstacles so having multiple nodes will be key so you can
adaptively change between beams while you’re walking the second will be sub 6 gigahertz bands so to explain it easily it’ll be like a boost upgrade to existing towers to
increase speeds and bandwidth and coverage so this is how I’m most likely to see 5g in my area because I don’t live in high-traffic cities like New York City
LA or Chicago but in theory, this is really smart if you think about it if everyone outside is consuming all of this data on the high band millimeter-wave then
this frees up bandwidth inside for existing networks alleviating congestion so the speeds inside get better as well so both of these working together should make the experience better overall
firing up speed tests and testing these network speeds throughout the city just mind-boggling I almost saw two gigabits per second down at one point which is just insane this
is faster than most people’s fiber connections at home I am an AT&T subscriber that is who I use and that 5ge is not real 5g I have that icon
here on my iPhone so don’t be fooled you can see how fast real 5g speeds are in comparison to it I also ran a speed test against 4G LTE
so you can see the difference here which is already pretty fast in my opinion but 5g just blows it away here it’s almost four times as fast on download
which is a game-changer if you don’t care about technology don’t understand it or that’s just not your thing that’s okay I’m gonna give you some real-world examples of what
it’s like it wouldn’t be fair if I just found the fastest node and did all my tests there so I moved throughout the city speeds varied from 500
megabits per second down to almost 2 gigabits per second so it did vary but here’s how it will make a major difference so faster download speeds for big games
like fortnight downloading full episodes of stranger things in about 5 seconds or so you could download an entire season quick before you hop on that plane to binge-watch and
some apps like Spotify I don’t think are fully optimized yet or any of these apps are fully optimized but this is an entire album in extreme quality downloading
and it took about 20 seconds or so but that’s nothing to be angry about that’s for sure Amazon Prime video lets you download high-quality content in full seasons
so for example, if you wanted to catch up on boss just download the entire season look at how fast those episodes are downloading this will significantly cut down on
time spent waiting for downloads to happen even though millimeter-wave can be fickle with windows and inside buildings, I was able to get 5g in the Starbucks next to
the window if you love watching content on YouTube look at this zero low times an instant 4k resolution this is just a dream so low latency and fast speeds
is what you can expect from 5g some real-world differences here I have to admit every time I saw that ultra-wideband logo pop up at the top that’s what
you’re gonna see if you’re on the Verizon network I just got excited because it is really that fast starts working together should be a seamless experience also if
you notice in these speed tests you’ll see that the upload link is still in 4G so that 5g upload transition has not happened yet it will happen eventually but
as of right now the upload is still in 4G, of course, there are debates about the safety of 5g and I don’t want to get into that here
but I want to point you to Linus’s video he did a really good job on the myths of 5g and if it’s safe or not I think you should
watch that video because he does a really good job of breaking that down so if you’re concerned about 5g I would check out that video after the glimpse

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