5G is a real deal now in the market.
Verizon just announced that there will be a new 5G hotspot for business and homes. Verizon will be releasing their Inseego MiFi M2100, which only costs $400 (for onetime payment) and $16.66 per month for 24 months. Though this may not the first time that Verizon has launched a 5G device, this latter one is quite cheaper than the other.
The new device also has a better screen and can support the low-band spectrum that’s coming soon beside the high-band 5G spectrum supported by both.
Verizon’s New 5G
The New 5G device can link up to 30 devices via Wi-Fi 6, which connects to both Verizon’s 5G network and 4G LTE network. If used with a direct tether to the modem using its USB-C port, you can get access to the 5G network on your phone, tablet, or laptop.
The hotspot device is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 5G modem and comes with a 3500mAh battery. The MiFi M2100 has a 2.4-inch touchscreen display. There’s also a separate 8500mAh battery will be available later this year.
As of the moment, there are already three major US carriers that are using different radio waves for their 5G networks. AT&T uses an 850MHz spectrum for its low-band 5G network, which has a better range but slower speeds, while T-Mobile also uses a low-band 600MHz spectrum which now also integrating Sprint’s mid-band 2.5GHz spectrum. While Verizon uses high-band millimeter-wave 5G spectrum.
And according to some reports, T-Mobile is integrating with Sprint mid-band 2.5GHz spectrum for its “layer cake” approach to 5G after the carrier’s $26.5 billion mergers with the company went through in April. Aside from this, AT&T and Verizon will also use a new technology called Dynamic Spectrum Sharing to share low-band 4G airwaves with 5G and improve performance. And with Verizon winning big in the mid-band spectrum auction last week. The mid-band spectrum is faster than low-band and travels further than high-band.
Verizon uses a high-band millimeter-wave 5G spectrum, which is limited to traveling short distances and being blocked by solid obstacles. However, Verizon’s 5G network is only available in certain parts of 36 cities. You may look into this to check whether your location is capable of Verizon’s new promotion.
Conspiracies have been circulating the world ever since a thousand years, and knowing the truth or even debunking them is getting harder than you think. These are the certain cases wherein mind psychology, logic, and confusion taken into account of hearsays. And the latest conspiracy theory right now is the toxicity that 5G brings to your health, specifically the COVID19.
The difference between 5G and previous generations of mobile services (4G, 3G) is that the latter use lower radio frequencies below six gigahertz range, while 5G also uses frequencies in the 30–300 GHz. Following this range, it’s not enough energy to break chemical bonds or remove electrons when in contact with human tissue. Thus, this is referred to as “non-ionising” electromagnetic radiation.