The government has given a green signal to telecom operators to start 5G service in India.
In such a situation, if you are wondering whether your smartphone supports 5G or not.
In simple steps, you can know whether your smartphone supports 5G or not.
New Delhi. During his address to the nation on the occasion of 75 years of independence, PM Modi highlighted the entry of ‘5G-era’. During his address, PM Modi claimed that 5G mobile service is going to start in India soon. The Prime Minister said that this is the ‘techade’ of India. In this, digital technology will be used for improvement in all areas.
He said that the demand for smartphones in the country is expected to grow by 6 per cent to reach around 400 million devices in 2026. This number was 300 million in 2021. This demand may increase after the launch of 5G. 5G is believed to be the fastest-adopted mobile technology due to applications such as high-speed gaming and remote healthcare.
With smartphone brands like OnePlus, OPPO, realme, Samsung and vivo giving priority to 5G. If you want to check whether your current smartphone supports 5G or not, then you have to follow some steps. With the help of these simple steps, you can know whether your phone supports 5G or not.
How to check 5G network support in phone.
For this, first of all open Settings on your Android phone. Now click on Wi-Fi & Networks option. After that click on the option of SIM and network. Finally, you will see a list of all technologies under the ‘Preferred network type’ option. If an Android phone supports 5G, it will be listed as 2G/3G/4G/5G.
Recently, 5G spectrum was auctioned
Let us tell you that the Department of Telecommunications completed the auction of 5G spectrum in India last month, in which Jio acquired 24,740MHz of 5G spectrum, Airtel 19867.8MHz spectrum and Vi acquired 3300MHz spectrum. For this, Jio, Airtel, Vi and Adani Data Networks had paid Rs 17,876 crore. Days after the payment was made, Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnav has asked telecom operators in India to gear up to launch 5G-based services in India.