Understanding and Measuring 5G
Opensignal seeks to answer that question, using real-world 5G measurements from actual users to reality-check the hype. We are tracking the 5G rollouts around the world and aim to be the single source of truth on the true 5G experience users receive as adoption grows in markets around the world.
5G smartphone users experience 111.8 Mbps average download speed
The first commercial 5G networks have gone live earlier this year in South Korea. But does the experience of smartphone users live up to the 5G hype?
State of Mobile USA: Quantifying the bar for 5G to beat
What experience do smartphone users receive in the US and what improvements can we expect from a 5G launch?
State of Mobile Network Experience: Benchmarking 5G
A deep dive into the global mobile network experience of today's mobile users, on the brink of the 5G era.
Quantifying the real-world experience of 5G E
Some AT&T users in the U.S. have recently seen “5G E” appear on the status bar of their existing smartphones. But are they getting faster speeds than mobile users with less capable smartphone models?
The 5G Opportunity
Congestion on current 4G networks is holding back speeds highlighting the need for new 5G capacity to relieve the pressure.
Latency is the new 5G speed battleground which will enable XR and AR
For many kinds of immersive interactive media, mobile download speed is not the only important measure of speed.
Test your 5G speed
Want to know the true download speed on your 5G network? Download one of our apps to get a real-time measure of your speed. When you share your measurements with us, you help us analyze exactly what everyday users experience on the network. Our analysis is used across the industry to help improve mobile network connectivity.
OpenSignal and Meteor apps are available on Android and iOS. Learn more.
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