Samsung sets all-time 5G speed record with last year’s Galaxy S20 +

Samsung sets all-time 5G speed record with last year’s Galaxy S20 +

South Korean tech giant Samsung announced yesterday that the company has made a new breakthrough in 5G data rates using E-UTRAN New Radio Dual Connectivity (EN-DC) technology.

Advanced telecommunications technology, enabling the use of 5G and 4G LTE base stations, has enabled the company to achieve 5.23 Gbps data rates on a smartphone. It used last year’s Galaxy S20 + smartphone, which was able to download a 4GB movie in just 6 seconds.

E-UTRAN New Radio Dual Connectivity (EN-DC) technology allows mobile operators to increase the speed and coverage of 5G by using the 4G network. Prior to this, the record was fixed at around 4.25 Gbps – it was set using MU-MIMO technology.

Samsung is actively trying to expand its presence in the 5G market by offering end-to-end solutions such as chipsets. Samsng has signed 5G networking equipment supply agreements with mobile operators in countries such as the United States, Canada and New Zealand.

Samsung sets all-time 5G speed record with last year’s Galaxy S20 +

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