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Samsung Galaxy S9 opening Giga LTE era

One Gigabyte(GB) of film can be downloaded in just eight seconds. 

Samsung Galaxy S9, unveiled at the end of this month, will start the first era of Gbps of the LTE smartphone. This is the result of enhanced spectrum utilization by mobile processor (AP) chipset and advanced mobile network operators.

Samsung Galaxy S9’s theoretical maximum rate is expected to be 1Gbps. This is the speed at which a 1 gigabyte of film can be downloaded in eight seconds. Also, it is speed that 250 songs of 4 MB MP3 song can be received. Samsung galaxy S8’s theoretical speed was up to 900 mbps. Compared to this, Samsung Galaxy S9 is speed up with more than 10 %.




The reason why Samsung Galaxy S9 can be faster is because of the chipset that is mounted on it. And this is thanks to the use of spectrum by mobile carriers, which can maximize utilization of the chipset. The Galaxy S9 was strengthened CA technology comparing to the previous generation. CA technology is a technology that uses separate frequencies to form a spectrum of frequencies. Exynos9180 will be applied to Samsung Galaxy S9, which will be released this year.

However, 6CA technologies have not yet been standardized until now. And there is no Mobile carrier in the world that can support this.

The reason for the improvement in the speed of the Samsung Galaxy S9 is that it used to utilize the 4 x 4 MIMO. This technique utilizes a method to increase the number of antennas to four antennas in a particular frequency band and a base station. 

There is an extra available space because CA was increased in the Galaxy S9. Mobile telecommunications company can pull the speed up as high as possible in the space using MIMO technology.


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