5G will bring average speeds to a minimum of 50Mbps, but it has the potential to go well past 1 gigabit per second (1Gbps) at its peak.
5G has the potential to usher in a new wave of connectivity, which could dramatically change the current tech landscape.
There’s high-band, or millimeter wave (mmWave), which is what Verizon, AT, and T-Mobile are utilizing at the moment.
Next there’s mid-band, which Sprint is using, and it delivers fast speeds with broader range (though speeds aren’t as fast as mmWave).
Finally, there’s low-band, which is the slowest of the three but should still offer speedier results over 4G LTE; it can cover a much larger area, though.
A Galaxy S10 Plus with a T-Mobile SIM on 4G LTE hit 137Mbps.