News media reported on january 3rd that since the launch of the 5g network by korea's three major telecommunications companies, the number of 5g users has grown rapidly, but users cannot feel the legendary high-speed experience after using it. The report said the 5G network is hard to see results in the short term.
Jang Dong-gil, a 30-year-old man who works for a technology company in Seoul, became South Korea's first wave of 5G users eight months ago, but admitted recently that he was \"unimpressed\" with the 5G network, as many mobile phone signals swam between 4G and 5G networks, forcing him to turn off the 5G network altogether.
Yun Seung-yeol, a 27-year-old architect who was also promoted by telecoms companies to buy a Galaxy Note 10 phone that supports 5G networks, used it to complain that 5G was useless. Living in the suburbs, he commutes an hour a day to work in seoul but can't get a 5g signal as long as he leaves the city, and he's starting to consider switching back to 4g.\" I don't recommend 5g at the moment.\"
In April last year, KT, SK and LGUplus opened 5G networks, giving South Korea the lead in the 5G era, the report said. By the end of last year, South Korea had 4.5 million 5G users of about 51 million people.
The 5G network, which claims to be more than 100 times faster than 4G, is seen as a boon for developing self-driving, virtual reality and other cutting-edge technologies, so governments are scrambling to open up 5G to support the next Uber or Naife, a vision that has yet to be realized.
The report looks back on the development of mobile networks:3G networks came out in 2001, data transmission speed although accelerated but users do not feel strong, until after the first iPhone in 2007,3G network completely changed human life. The same 4g network opened in 2011, but it wasn't until recently that revolutionary web services emerged.