Gurugram, Jul 1: India is one of the biggest consumers of digital goods. India is now getting ready to embrace 5G. While India is creating a framework for 5g roll out, Tech giant Samsung said providing secure network is a priority for them, expressing hope of working with various telecom operators to soon launch the 5th generation cellular network technology in the country.
Samsung said, “it would be launching 5G in India, once telecom operators are ready to work with the company”, as the Indian Market is expected to give Samsung a big opportunity to improve its 5G presence.
As per the official statement of June Hee Lee, Senior VC and Head of Technology Strategy team, Samsung, “The company is working over the past 10 years on development of the 5G and the main focus is on how to provide secure and efficient network and for the same we are working with different carriers, network providers of various countries across the world”.
Samsung has a 5G network in the US as well as in South Korea in both millimeter wave and sub-six-GHz spectrum. The company launched the world’s first 5G smartphone, the Galaxy S10 5G, in early April and has promoted its 5G solutions that can be used in a host of new businesses, including self-driving vehicles, smart factories, and Internet of Things.
Further, Lee said, “The price of a device depends upon the price of components, there are various reasons behind the pricing of 5G devices. The firm is focused on rolling out 5G right now and in the future, we would work for the availability of the quality product in the market with the advancement of technology”.
5G is the fifth-generation cellular network technology, which can boast speeds up to 20 times faster than your current 4G LTE cell phone and has latency as little as one millisecond.
With speeds up to roughly 20 times faster than 4G networks, consumers on a 5G network can download a full season of a TV show in minutes, play graphics-rich cloud games, stream 4K video with virtually no lag and enjoy enhanced virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) experiences.