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5G does already change user experience in some cases, if not yet new applications and use cases.

With the caveat that results might be different in countries with faster in-home Wi-Fi or less reliance on public Wi-Fi hotspots, 5G seems to have a big impact on smartphone experience, according to Opensignal.

source: Opensignal

While smartphone users’ Wi-Fi download speeds were on average 10.4 Mbps (66 percent) faster than those seen on 4G, 5G speeds were 112.4 Mbps faster than the average speeds of 26.3 Mbps observed when connected to Wi-Fi,

5G mobile connections are typically faster than on Wi-Fi, while Wi-Fi has the advantage over 4G.

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