The answer to that question is not as clear-cut as one would wish. To be clear, it was the Chinese that won the 5G race in China. However, many people are quick to say that the United States did indeed win the 5Grace.
In other words, the argument is whether or not the Chinese have the superior technology that the Americans possess. Both sides offer their version of reality. There is no middle ground here. What must be understood clearly is that the technologies that were used in both of these races were completely different.
In China’s case, they utilized very expensive quantum satellite technology to send the signal and harness the power of the very clouds to do so. Whereas, in the United States, they utilized microwave technology that is not as expensive as cloud communications and has a lower power spectrum.
If you want to say that the Chinese had an edge then that is entirely your choice. Likewise, if you wish to say that the Americans were the victors then that is your choice as well. Who will prevail? That is the question that must be answered.
It is for you to decide. Many people will say that China has been getting so good at hacking into U.S. systems that it is very scary. Some say that the Chinese are very good at this already. In fact, they have hacked into U.S. defense systems and that is scary.
Others say that if China continues to grow their military spending will continue to grow at an alarming rate. If you agree with that statement then you probably also agree with the previous statement. If you want to get back to the topic at hand then let me ask you a question.
What does it mean when a government decides to invest in a research and development project? What does that mean? China has invested heavily in the Internet and other technologies that they see will be of great benefit to them.
Now then, what does this have to do with who won the 5Grace? Well, it certainly means that China is investing in the very future of smartphones. Will China eventually surpass the U.S.? They have been trying to and they may succeed.
They already have the best technology out there and they are upgrading it on a regular basis. It would be wise for the United States to catch up and be able to provide a better network to its citizens. One thing is for certain though.
China has invested in this kind of technology long before the USA did. The U.S. lagged behind and found it difficult to catch up with Asian countries such as Korea and Taiwan. Now that China is ahead in technology it is only a matter of time before the U.S. falls to the same kind of technological advancement.
In conclusion, it appears that the question “Who won the 5Grace?” is irrelevant at this time. If Google had not invested so much into Android, then Samsung’s Android would have prevailed. However, as it stands Google’s Android has a clear advantage. And that means whoever is the best company that can provide users with the most features and applications.
So why do we even care who won the 5Grace? Is it because we want to emulate what China did? Is it because we want to find the next Apple or Google in the world? Or is it because we want to put our faith in Samsung and their wares?
I personally do not think Google will be the company to save the world but they did invest quite a bit into Android. So, who is it that we are following? That would be Samsung. They seem to be leading the way in mobile technology and it appears that there will be no stopping them.
I think one of the reasons why they were able to beat Google in the smartphone space is because of their apps.
Those apps are very popular among Samsung’s audience and they cater to their needs. What is important is that Samsung and its mobile technology are moving forwards. And while their competition is struggling to make an impression and provide something new, they are already thinking about the future.
They said that they will bring out their brand new technology around six months ago which will be a major blow to Apple and their iPhone. The question now is who is going to be able to keep up with them? That is the question everyone wants to know and hopefully, soon we will get an answer.
Who Won the 5G Race in China or USA?
Who Won the 5G Race in China or USA?