Fed up with Ads? Install Dainik Bhaskar app for news without ads
New Delhi41 minutes ago
- Copy link
The focus of almost all smartphone companies is now on producing 5G handsets. In the country too, 5G smartphones are being launched indiscriminately. However, it is not known how long the 5G service will be launched. Meanwhile, Ericsson Consumer Lab has said in its report that in the first year of launching 5G, its 40 million smartphones will be users.
This is the largest increase in intention to upgrade with 67% of users in India expressing an intention to take 5G once it is available. With the arrival of 5G, the demand for such smartphones will increase manifold. The report explained how 5G is already triggering the behavior of new users.
Consumers’ interest will benefit
Nitin Bansal, head and network solutions head (Ericsson South East Asia, Oceania and India), Ericsson India, said that given that Indian service providers are preparing for 5G. Its studies show that some consumers towards 5G increase the expectation. Which will help them adopt 5G and meet consumer expectations. “
More active 5G users on quad gaming
In addition to reducing Wi-Fi access, early 5G users spend an average of two hours more on cloud gaming per week and one hour on AR apps than 4G users.
Ready to pay up to 30% more for 5G
5G users are satisfied with its speed, while around 70% are dissatisfied with innovative service and availability of new apps. Users say that they are willing to pay 20-30% more for 5G plans related to digital service use cases. 7 out of 10 (70%) in India expect 5G speed to be higher. At the same time, 6 in 10 is expected to improve 4G speed.