Is it right to buy 5G smartphone in India right now? How long will the approval be, read

Right now 5G networks and 5G supporting smartphones are being discussed everywhere, but is this the right time to buy a 5G smartphone? Here we will tell you why buying a 5G smartphone at this time cannot be a special benefit deal. Yes, Airtel and Reliance Jio have asked to bring 5G network in 2021 in the country, but will it really be able to enter 5 networks in India. At the same time, even if 5G comes, will users be able to get the right speed and whether the speed of 5G network will be available in the whole country or not. In order to answer all these questions, we are telling you in full detail in this article.
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5G service is going to be very great, which will be very fast 4G. It is being told that 5G will get faster data speed, in which the file will be downloaded in a few seconds. Last month, Airtel completed the 5G test in Hyderabad city. This test was completed by operating both 4G and 5G along the same spectrum using a dynamic model of spectrum sharing. During this time, the ability of network providers was also shown in all 3 domains of the network such as radio, core and transport. This was made possible through the use of Airtel’s available spectrum in the 1800 MHz band through NSA network technology. When the network speed was being tested, the 5G speed was running fine. During this time the download speed was up to 310 Mbps and the upload speed was up to 65 Mbps.

At present, even if 5G network is released in India, users will not be able to get the correct speed of 5G. In such a situation, buying a smartphone with 5G support is not a profitable deal for any user.

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For now, it is too early to say that 5G is ready to be launched in India. Network provider companies will not be able to get full speed of 5G network till they use more heavy spectrum. Right now it is necessary to get the approval of the government to start 5G network in the country and nothing has been done so far. As long as the government in the country does not officially allow 5G network to be made available, then buying a smartphone with 5G support is not a profitable deal for any user. Suppose if the government does not approve the 5G network this year, then the 5 support smartphone you bought will be outdated.

5G Smartphones available in India:

OnePlus Nord

Talking about the specification, OnePlus Nord has a 6.44 inch Full HD Plus Fluid AMOLED display. This smartphone has Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G SoC processor. Talking about storage, this smartphone has 12GB RAM. This smartphone supports 5G connectivity. Talking about the price, OnePlus Nord’s 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage costs Rs 27,999.

Realme X7 Pro

Talking about the specification, Realme X7 Pro is a budget 5 connectivity smartphone. Talking about power, this smartphone works on the new octa-core dimension 1000+ chipset. Speaking of the price, the price of 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage variants of this smartphone in the country is Rs 29,999. In the country, this smartphone will be available on Flipkart and Reality sites from February 10.

Xiaomi Mi 10i

Talking about the specification, the Xiaomi Mi 10i has a 6.67-inch full HD display. Talking about battery backup, this smartphone has a battery of 4,820mAh. Talking about the price, the starting price of Xiaomi Mi 10i is Rs 20,999.

Vivo V20 Pro

Talking about the specification, the Vivo V20 Pro has a 6.44-inch Full HD Plus display. This smartphone with 5G connectivity was launched in September 2020. Speaking of the price, the Vivo V20 Pro’s 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage costs Rs 29,990.

Moto G 5G

Talking about the specification, the Moto G 5G has a 6.70-inch full HD display. Talking about power, this smartphone will be based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G. This smartphone with 5G connectivity can be purchased in two color options. Speaking of the price, the price of 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage variants of Moto G 5G is Rs 20,999.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
Talking about the specification, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has a 6.9-inch 494 PPI, Dynamic AMOLED display. Speaking of power, this smartphone is based on Octa Core 2.73 GHz, Dual Core + 2.5 GHz, Dual Core + 2 GHz, Quad Core. This smartphone with 5G connectivity has a 4500 mAh battery. Speaking of the price, the price of 12 GB RAM and 256 GB storage variants of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is Rs 95,000.

Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max
Talking about the specification, the Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max has a 6.7-inch 457 PPI, OLED display. Speaking of power, this smartphone is based on iOS v14 Hexa Core 3.1 GHz, Dual Core + 1.8 GHz, Quad Core Apple A14 Bionic. This smartphone with 5G connectivity has a 3687 mAh battery. Speaking of the price, the price of Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max is 126,900 rupees.

Samsung Galaxy S21

Talking about the specification, the Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max has a 6.2-inch 424 PPI, Dynamic AMOLED display, which has a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Speaking of power, this smartphone is based on Octa Core 2.9 GHz, Single Core + 2.8 GHz, Tree Core + 2.2 GHz, Quad Core. This smartphone with 5G connectivity has a battery of 4000 mAh. Speaking of the price, the price of 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage variants of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is Rs 65,300.

In other countries, where 5G is available, standards of 5G have been fixed, but so far standards have not been set for 5G network in India. Any network in the country operates on radio frequencies, called spectrum. Currently, 4G networks in the country run on spectrum such as 800, 900, 1800, 1900, 2300 and 2700 MHz. These spectrum bands used for 2G and 3G in the country were already present in India. Standards for the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) spectrum have also been set for 5G in the country, but they have not been auctioned. When 5G was commercially introduced in the country in 2019, it was introduced on 5G NR. Let us tell you that there are two types of frequency range used. The first is frequency range 1, which is called 5G NR FR1 and the second is frequency range 2, which is called 5G NR FR2. At present, it is not clear in which frequency band the network will work. Now when it is not clear how the 5G network will work in the smartphone. When the network itself will not work, then buying a smartphone with 5G support so fast is not a profitable deal.

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