In the third Global Mobile Network Experience Awards report, Opensignal once again directly compares operators from around the world to recognize those on which our users had the best mobile experience.
In the new international 5G benchmark we see significant changes among the global leaders.
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In the second 5G Global Mobile Network Experience Awards report, Opensignal once again directly compares operators from around the world to recognize those on which our users had the best 5G experience.
In this latest Opensignal analysis on Japan, we have analyzed the 5G mobile experience in busy high-traffic areas of Japan — across its international airports and on Tokyo’s Yamanote line, which connects some of the busiest train stations in the world. Our users on the Yamanote line and in these major airports were able to connect to 5G services for a higher amount of time than Tokyo or Yokohama city averages. However, differences in 5G Download Speeds were not as significant when we compared these high-traffic areas with city or Japan-wide averages.
Satellite connectivity is coming to smartphones, Apple is adding Emergency SoS using satellites to the iPhone 14 range. Now, Opensignal has analyzed over 100 global markets to understand the extent of the cellular “no signal” problem that mobile users face.
Opensignal has analyzed the 5G Experience in 11 of the largest cities in the Asia Pacific region. Seoul users see the fastest 5G Download Speeds and spent the most time connected to 5G.
In this latest definitive analysis of 5G worldwide leaders, there are many new entrants in the top 15 markets across different measures of 5G mobile network experience compared with the last 5G benchmark.
Opensignalによる最新の分析で5G接続時に日本のユーザーが体感した信号強度が、他の東アジア市場 (香港、韓国、台湾) と比較して大幅に低いことがわかりました。しかし日本の4G信号強度は他の市場と同等でした。これは日本のオペレーターは5Gの導入において日本特有の課題に直面しているということです。
In this new analysis, Opensignal has observed substantially lower signal strength experienced by our users in Japan when connected to 5G, compared with other East Asian markets — Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan. As we have seen in Europe and the U.S. lower signal power levels often mean a worse 5G experience for users. However, 4G signal strength in Japan is comparable to other markets which indicates Japan’s operators face a specific challenge with 5G deployments.