Iqoo Pro 5g Experience: Time Delay Equal To The Wired Broadband Network Speed Also Depends On The Operator


Preface: I received the new iQOO Pro 5G before its release, but because it is not connected to the network, I am unable to apply for the operator’s 5G experience package. After the release of the new machine, the device serial number officially enters the network, to share the “current stage of 5G network experience.” Overall, 5G signals in China still require some time to be laid, in terms of the current Shenzhen area, even in the central CBD area, there are only scattered 5G coverage signals, the 5G signal coverage shown by the operator APP, there are also many in the state of pending construction, and a single independent 5G base station. Once this time has passed, the free 5G flow experience will come to an end, indicating that the operator will officially launch the 5G flow package.

In terms of iQOO Pro’s 5G experience, 5G coverage is also relatively limited due to the fact that current 5G applications are not yet mature. In fact, most 5G networks with iQOO Pro can only measure real-time network speed and latency, and the cloud game has not yet been officially commercialized. To begin with, the network speed, I attended the “Chongqing Smart Expo” measured the fastest real-time network speed of 20M / S. This equates to a download speed of 160Mbps.

At this point, you may be thinking, “This is not at all 5G network speed!” Don’t worry, there are several reasons why the current 5G network speed can’t keep up. 1. 5G bandwidth is not reasonably allocated: because 5G base stations are limited and 5G devices are not yet widely available, operators do not set the connection to 5G base stations on line and reasonable allocation of bandwidth, at this stage, is “who eats more, who will be allocated more.” I attended the Smart Expo and gathered a large number of high play media, having a 5G device in hand is not uncommon, exclusive 5G bandwidth is not to say, after all, as competition grows, bandwidth allocation is naturally low.

2, the radiation range of 5G base stations is limited: this is an unavoidable proposition for 5G in a network with a speed of 20M / S. As long as the periphery of the radiation is on the ten steps, the network speed is only a poor 5M / S (of course, this is also related to the number of devices). 3, carrier speed limit: According to the terminal manufacturer, the current civilian SIM card upgraded 5G function may encounter carrier speed limit problem.

These saved bandwidth is only reserved for the internal “special SIM” card, and most of these cards are placed in the display machine, so that consumers can see nearly full speed 5G network scores. Although the 5G network speed is disappointing, this is just a “painful” period on the road to official commercialization of 5G, after all, these problems can be solved once the operator’s 5G construction is completed.

In terms of 5G internal design, the iQOO Pro, vivo’s first 5G phone, has repeatedly foreshadowed the issues that consumers will face during 5G usage. One of the most important is the antenna; in order to avoid critical 5G signal reception issues, iQOO Pro employs a six-antenna design internally. Furthermore, taking into account the daily use of the human hand holding position will obscure the 5G signal antenna problem, iQOO Pro cleverly arranged the antenna on both sides of the body, and to the upper right corner of the concentration, so that the phone can have good signal reception performance when playing games in landscape or single-handed holding state.

Summary.On August 22, iQOO released its first 5G phone – iQOO Pro – in Beijing, making it the third 5G phone released in the domestic market. While operators are not yet ready for 5G commercial premise, manufacturers are clearly ahead of the curve. From a brand standpoint, Vivo chose to release its first 5G phone on iQOO Pro, but also to cater to the geeks who enjoy iQOO tasting users. It features a 6.41-inch FHD AMOLED display with 1080*2340 resolution, DCI-P3 wide color gamut, 19.5:9 screen ratio, and fingerprint recognition with 27 percent more fingerprint detection area than the initial fingerprint sensor to optimize the recognition rate.

It also introduces the AK4377A HI-FI chip, which is also the first flagship phone equipped with Snapdragon 855 Plus, with a new main frequency of 2.96GHz, Adreno 640 image processor performance increased by 15%, up to 12GB LPDDR4X and 256GB UFS 3.0…

In terms of photography, the rear is equipped with 48 megapixels (IMX582) 13 megapixels super wide angle depth of field camera triple camera combination, the front is 12 megapixels selfie lens; which, IMX582 compared to the same 48 megapixels IMX586 to do a certain reduction, compared to the first generation of iQOO 12 megap

Summary.On August 22, iQOO released its first 5G phone – iQOO Pro – in Beijing, making it the third 5G phone released in the domestic market. While operators are not yet ready for 5G commercial premise, manufacturers are clearly ahead of the curve. From a brand standpoint, Vivo chose to release its first 5G phone on iQOO Pro, but also to cater to the geeks who enjoy iQOO tasting users. It features a 6.41-inch FHD AMOLED display with 1080*2340 resolution, DCI-P3 wide color gamut, 19.5:9 screen ratio, and fingerprint recognition with 27 percent more fingerprint detection area than the initial fingerprint sensor to optimize the recognition rate.

It also introduces the AK4377A HI-FI chip, which is also the first flagship phone equipped with Snapdragon 855 Plus, with a new main frequency of 2.96GHz, Adreno 640 image processor performance increased by 15%, up to 12GB LPDDR4X and 256GB UFS 3.0…

In terms of photography, the rear is equipped with 48 megapixels (IMX582) 13 megapixels super wide angle depth of field camera triple camera combination, the front is 12 megapixels selfie lens; which, IMX582 compared to the same 48 megapixels IMX586 to do a certain reduction, compared to the first generation of iQOO 12 megap