The Easiest Way to know difference between 4G and 5G

difference between 4G and 5G

Today we are living in the age of modern technology. We tend to move forward and forward in every aspect of life. From living into the cave to living in modern homes and not just the modern homes but also the smart home. What I think about technology, the first thing which comes into my mind is that we are moving to artificial intelligence. There were times when the computer was invented, and people were like BOOM! What a freaking thing? I remember my grandmother told me when he first saw the computer. Damn Boy! What the hell are you doing on the TV? Sounds funny right? 

Difference between 4G and 5G

Now let’s get to the main point of this article. What is the difference between 4g and 5g? It’s a mobile technology that tends to perform better and better if you want to remain connected with the world. At first, Japan was the first country which launched 3G technology in the country. But the users were limited at that time, so everybody thinks that it’s a flop thing. But when the online communities of Japan start using 3G supported devices, they come to find that their user engagement increases by 23.8%. And that’s the Game changer. The term G stands for the generation. At first, there were 2G, 3G, 4G, and 4G-LTE, but now we are shifting toward 5G Network. 

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But before I further explain the difference between 4G and 5G. First, let me tell you that every generation needs some new hardware plus software devices which support the particular amount of byte per second.

What are 3G Means?

The 3G means 3rd generation mobile network technology. Usually, it varies from place to place, which depends on the coverage area of the network. Ideally, a 3G user should get around 1-4MBPS (Megabyte per second). It was the fastest network technology that you and other people use to decrease the downloading time and website loading time. But its website loading time is totally another field, yet it is connected with this topic.

What are 4G Means?

The term 4G means 4th generation mobile technology as the name pronounce 4G. Its the next generation technology after 3G. Ideally, a 4G user who is getting a pretty good amount of strong signal should get around 5-12 MBPS per second, which is an outstanding amount of speed. I was reading a post about transfer file technology, and this thing caught my attention, and that was the downloading speed at NASA center is 100GB per second. And I was like really !!!!. However, I don’t find any authentic source for this, and there is no information shared on the internet. But inside, I still think it is the truth because no one is allowed to share the sensitive information about the networking about NASA technology.

What is 4G LTE Means?

Its the same concept as 4G, but the fundamental difference between the downloading speed in LTE is more than 15 MBPS to 20MBPS. That is the fundamental difference in that. You don’t need to get in-depth of this LTE technology, but if you wanted, here is the link for you 4G LTE. And one more thing this is the most common network technology in the world.

(Note If you are rich enough to buy a dedicated network for you, you may get a speed of 100 gigabits per second)

What are 5G Means?

5G means fifth-generation technology, which is now getting in our modern world. Or in other, you can say that we are shifting to 5G Technology. Ideally, 5G users should get around 20GBPS, but it’s in the testing phase, and not all the devices are supporting this technology as well. As a prediction, I can say that only the enterprise agencies will be able to afford that technology, but remember this the goal of 5G is for every mobile user in the world. Brands like Apple, Samsung & Verizon will have to change their core chip to handle this speed. As chines said, “with great power comes great responsibility” You Big companies need to figure out how they can make it possible for a regular person to have this service under its pocket. 

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