Trial of fifth-generation mobile services i.e. This year OPPO, VIVO, Xiaomi, and OnePlus will provide 5G smartphone 5G will start in the fourth (January-March) quarter of the current financial year. A senior DoT official said that the government has neither accepted nor rejected any applicants so far. Asked whether the government has taken any decision on Huawei’s participation, the official said that 12 applications have been received for the 5G test. So far no proposal has been accepted or rejected.
The first time 5G Smartphone launched in India
The official said the 5G trial would begin in the fourth quarter of the current financial year. Another senior government official said that any proposal related to 5G should be based on two things. Acceptance and National Security of First New Technology. The official also said that 5G should not be linked to the general spectrum auction, which is expected to be held in March-April next year.
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Last year, 5G service has started in some countries of the world. Indian users have also been eagerly waiting for this superfast next-generation network technology since last year. In India, the 5G spectrum can be auctioned between April and June this year. After this, a trial of service can be started.
Researchers at global research firm TechArc believe that 15 to 18 models could be launched this year with the 5G network feature. According to an International Data Corporation (IDC) report, keeping in mind the affordability factor, the company may launch both 4G and 5G models in India this year. At the same time, next year, smartphone maker companies can launch full flexed 5G smartphones.
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At the same time, OPPO, Vivo, OnePlus, and Samsung have set the timeline for their 5G smartphones this year However, this figure is just 1 percent of the total smartphone sold in India.
Talking about the global market, Samsung, OnePlus, Huawei, Vivo, OPPO, and Micromax are already selling their 5G smartphones in America, Australia, and Europe. At the same time, chipset makers Qualcomm, MediaTek, Samsung, and Huawei are also designing their fast and 5G compatible chipsets, which work at low latency.