High-speed connectivity is promised by 5G, but it may not live up to the hype depending on where you reside, your carrier, or your phone type. An update that T-Mobile is currently rolling out might significantly alter the situation.
The majority of current 5G implementations currently use LTE for calls and upload and 5G for download. Users across the nation will be able to access the full power of 5G connection without relying on LTE thanks to T-recent Mobile’s statewide rollout of its 5G standalone (5G SA) network.
In other words, instead of automatically switching to LTE for non-download needs, your phone will always be connected to a 5G network.
The addition of 5G carrier aggregation, which T-Mobile claims should happen very soon, is only the next phase in the company’s journey, according to T-Mobile. The firm said that three Ultra Capacity 5G channels may be combined to provide even faster speeds, up to 3 Gbps, but actual results may vary. This feature is expected to start rolling out in the upcoming weeks, according to the company. Although it will soon be made available on various devices, this will initially only be available for the Samsung Galaxy S22 series.
In the upcoming weeks, you should start noticing better 5G connectivity, and with the Galaxy S22, much better 5G.