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Turkcell of Turkey has placed a stone to mark a record in the legacy of the upcoming 5G generation.

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While the tech industry is moving desperately towards evolving as a master in the 5G communication, Turkcell, Turkey’s leading GSM operator, has made an announcement recently that dismantles the rest of the whole globe anticipating for the arrival of 5G in demonstrations.

Turkcell has achieved the fastest mobile internet speed, witnessed till date in the world, on a smartphone. Turkcell establishes this record by running a test on 5g speed which escalates to the speed of 2.283 Gbps in partnership with Ericsson telecommunications.

According to the report by CommsMEA,

A speed of 2.283 Gbps enables you to download a two-hour movie in 7 seconds. Furthermore, such speeds enable downloading a 12-song album in just 0.2 seconds. Otherwise, buffer times for streaming content should virtually be cut down to the bare minimum.


This is because 5G networks offer faster speeds and more reliable connections both on smartphones and other devices. This is purely evident that the 5G communication speed offers faster speed and reliable connectivity on smartphones and other essential devices.

The speed evaluation was performed on a 5G-enabled smartphone featuring a 3.5GHz frequency tuning over the 1,000 MHz bandwidth. Turkcell has been working on 5G technology idea and development for several years from now. In the developmental process, it earned the appreciation and chance to cooperate with the GSM giants such as Huawei, Samsung, and Ericsson.

The report essentially mentions that,

Turkey has been using 4.5G technology, more popularly known as LTE since 2016 which is 10 times faster than 3G speeds that we are all familiar with.

Upon this achievement, congratulations from the whole world have poured in loaded with praises from all eminent persons on different platforms. 

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