With the highly anticipated release of 5G connectivity on the horizon, it’s worth reiterating what’s making people across all industries excited. Among the major takeaways of the 5G network is its high-quality speed that will be capable of making anything from streaming online content to remote controlling. While 4G and LTE have done their part over the past couple of years, its quality of performance pales in comparison to what 5G has in store for consumers and industries alike.
The video below demonstrates the major differences between the performance levels of 4G and 5G speed by measuring how long it takes to properly center a ball on two platforms—each of which are respectively controlled by 4G and 5G connectivity. While the disparity ultimately comes down to a few seconds, the differences in how 4G and 5G perform this task is quite distinct.
Filed Under: Wireless, M2M (machine to machine)