While watching science fiction movies, there are no doubt that the phones that allow me to make thin, foldable or hologram interviews are quite dazzling. When we see these scenes, we all think that technology will look like this in the future. What if the situation is not so? So what happens if the increasingly scrutinized and refreshed phones start to thicken and become ugly?
2G, 3G, 4G and 5G technology are starting to enter our life gradually. It is expected that the first 5G smartphone will be introduced in the coming year. Already when we look at the last decade of this industry, we have experienced that it is going very fast, we have experienced quite a few big steps about the cameras, the processors and the screen. However, this developing technology can come to the point of occlusion in some places. Because some of the technology needs to be compromised from the design to be able to integrate into the devices. Someone at 5G.
According to Light readings report, 5G technology is based on much higher frequency spectra than our existing mobile network. Higher frequencies naturally mean stronger antennas and receivers. This technology, called millimeter wave (mmWave), is expected to be faster than the 4G LTE network by 100 kata, that is, it is expected to operate between 30 GHz and 300 GHz on average. Tests in the USA show that gigabit speeds can go up to 2000 meters from the base level. But if higher-frequency radio waves are to be sent with existing antennas, and if they are thought to travel less and cannot pass through objects, a little more equipment seems necessary.
The fundamental change that 5G technology will bring to new smartphones is due to this antenna model, as you will see in the previous paragraph. The existing antenna scheme has been improved through the use of metal frames or antenna lines, but these may not be sufficient for 5G connection speeds. It even includes giving up completely from the metal design on the phone. That is to say, not only the antenna part but also the frame and the frame of the phone are being remodeled.
In some of the 5G tests we have already seen that the antennas used to measure efficiency are extremely ugly. In fact, the 5G Moto Mod, designed by Motorola for the Moto Z model on the market in the near future, is extremely ugly and rude, as seen in the pictures.
It is interpreted that these drastic changes will keep smartphone makers out of the picture longer than in the previous versions of the 5G, although it will be put on the market quite early in the beginning of 2019. For the 5G devices to be used everywhere, the dispensers and cell broadcast points that need to be positioned in the cities are the job.
This foreseeable advanced connectivity technology has a price cost in addition to the design. Placing this feature on an admiral ship, which 90% of the customers can not use properly, makes it an extremely expensive phone. Of course, it is not expected that anybody will be able to pay high costs.