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5G and BlackBerry
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The U.S. just dedicated $400M to development of 5G technology. What impact could it have on the infrastructure, specifically on BlackBerry?
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#2
Good question, but not sure how it would affect specific phones. Verizon is already XLTE.
Faster than 4G.
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#3
I'm more sceptical about the government's involvement, and the way it's been said that they're going to be the ones setting up some rules on the technology!
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(17-07-2016, 02:23 AM)DickLewis13 Wrote: Good question, but not sure how it would affect specific phones. Verizon is already XLTE.
Faster than 4G.
XLTE is just same old LTE on Verizon's new spectrum.

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#5
In Israel we barely have 4G

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#6
Sorry, wrong. XLTE is twice the speed.

(17-07-2016, 03:55 AM)Brad Wrote: XLTE is just same old LTE on Verizon's new spectrum.

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#7
South Korea already has 5G..
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#8
If the government is involved, it's probably screwed already and the committee has renamed it SG, and given it the mascot of a running Zebra (that's a horse designed by a committee).
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#9
UK only has 3.5G and advertised as 4G. It shows on my phone when I'm using a voice call.
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(17-07-2016, 01:10 AM)razrrob Wrote: The U.S. just dedicated $400M to development of 5G technology. What impact could it have on the infrastructure, specifically on BlackBerry?

This will be a good thing for BlackBerry's QNX and IoT
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