At the Shanghai Oriental Sports Center, Shanghai Mobile and Huawei completed the world’s first innovative pilot test. They used the 2.6G+4.9G 200M 5G CA commercial network and the Huawei Mate 40 Pro. The measured peak rate of the live network is above 3Gbps. From this innovative test, Shanghai Mobile has the ability to provide mobile users with greater bandwidth, lower latency, better quality, and a more advanced network experience. Furthermore, it is confident and capable of providing a network foundation for the large-scale implementation of 5G applications in the next three years.
In this test, Shanghai Mobile used a total of 200M bandwidth of 2.6G+4.9G to achieve inter-band carrier aggregation. The test terminal is the industry’s first commercial mobile phone Huawei Mate 40 Pro that supports CA. Like we said earlier, the measured downlink peak value is above 3Gbps, which is under 100M bandwidth.
In Q3 2020, Shanghai Mobile helped Shanghai to take the lead in entering the ranks of “ten thousand stations” cities. At present, 5G network with continuous urban coverage is active. This ensures that mobile users get the ultimate network experience anytime, anywhere.
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