4G Phones do not meet the standard 4G Network |Mobile News

Mobile news presents… UN standards body announced the approval of the next generation of wireless data connection that can perform distinctive home Internet connection on a fast connection – the true 4G.

Geneva, Last week, the UN’s National Telecommunication Union approved the International Mobile Telecommunication Advanced Spectrum.

According to the ITU’s Radiocommunication Bureau’s Director Francois Rancy that, “IMT Advanced would be like putting a fiber-optic broadband connection on your mobile phone, making your phone at least 100 times faster than today’s 3G smartphones,”

It will allow you to watch a one-hour movie that only buffers for 20 seconds on a standard definition and a minute and a half for HD movies. Thus, the network is capable of downloading a movie in less than a minute on 100 megabytes per second.

“This is a huge leap, this is what people are really asking for now.” Rancy said.

It could reach up to 1gigabytes per second on a motionless device with a strong signal. Though our current networks promise a 14.4 Mbps performance, some are really slow.

The next 4G technology has already created, it is just that these technologies are waiting to be standardized then followed by carriers on which technical route they prefer to follow then implementation of their networks. It is estimated that these standardized 4G hardware will be available two years from now in the market.

The new standard will not just change the performance of smartphones but it also organize how smartphone uses wireless spectrum – which brought United States into crisis as smartphones users tend to use bandwidth. AT&T failed to acquire T-Mobile as it obtains licenses for supplementary spectrum from T-Mobile.

The ITU are not one of the global standards body for wireless communication, but still they have dominated and were adopted by wireless carries as they give standards to 1G, 2G and 3G – WiMAX and LTE are one of them.
There will be changes on smartphones, bandwidth will no longer constrain how smartphones are being used, app creator and content provider. Youtube will be then a default or the standard app for watching high definition video, and will not be an option. With your high-end smartphone, multimedia streaming will be on a highest resolution – this will be a solution for complainants who complain about multimedia streaming that runs in a low resolution on their high-end smartphones and tablets.

It can also stream high quality audio and not the lesser one. By then, we will be dependent to Cloud music rather than on stored local data and apps.

Wireless carriers will also reconsider data limits for it to be easy to supply bandwidth and also to persuade people for adaptation.

IMT 2000 is the basis of 3G and 4G networks and the third generation standards that the ITU approved. 4G today are just improvements on 3G for better and faster internet experiences such as HSPA+, LTE and WiMAX.

ITU allows carriers to have the latest 4G as long as it meets the standard speed that was faster than the original 3G standard.

The IMT Advanced is the real 4G. However, when it rolls out in the market, it will for sure be entitled as the 5G.

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