Everyone is talking about 5G and there are many more Smartphones compatible with the fifth generation of mobile telephony coming to market. Even Apple, which has not yet adopted this technology, could launch the first iPhone 5G.
5G communications promise the fastest and most reliable internet connection speed, but it still takes a few years to establish itself completely in Spain. We are in the testing phase as well Smartphones they are perfect tools.
That doesn't mean it's just smartphones that try with 5G. Lenovo unveils the Lenovo Yoga 5G laptop at CES 2020 which confirms it is the first 5G-compliant, with both mmWave and Sub-6 standards.
Connect with the speed of life with your first 5G PC, Lenovo Yoga 5G. #LenovoCES# CES2020
– Lenovo (@Lenovo)
January 6, 2020
It looks like Lenovo won't be the only manufacturer to enter the 5G world, and that is because other products are already working on laptops compatible with this technology. This is the case of Dell and HP, who have already announced that they will be introduced soon.
No wonder they've taken the path of ambition, but at the moment it doesn't seem like they have it 5G telephony on a laptop it is very intelligent. This is especially true considering that Intel will postpone its 5G modem until mid-2021.
The delay in the development of a compatible processor by Intel means that the first 5G laptops include the Snapdragon Qualcomm processor. Although these are very good SmartphonesThere is some doubt as to how they can work on a laptop.
In addition to this, another major factor that draws 5G laptops is their price. We have already seen how the price of cell phones has increased with the addition of this technology, and there is no indication that this will be the case with computers.
It is also notable that there are still comparisons of laptops that come with compatibility with some form of mobile connection. This may be useful, for example, in areas with limited Wi-Fi access, but not yet the main.
It will take a few years for 5G to be adopted worldwide, especially given that 4G is not yet widespread. The infrastructure required by 5G is only feasible in big cities, and it all indicates that it will continue to be so soon.
Because of all this, at present, laptops with 5G connectivity will continue to be a tool for technology administrators. It will take some time for the average consumer to consider buying one.
So much so, that this debate is even reaching the mobile market: