Chinese mountaineering team make first 5G call at summit of Mount Everest

On May 27, the Chinese mountaineering team once again reached the summit of Mount Everest after 60 years, and tested the 5G network signal there.

On May 27, the Chinese mountaineering team once again reached the summit of Mount Everest after 60 years, and tested the 5G network signal there.

The results show that 5G signal coverage is good and the network output is stable. Its maximum speed can reach 1617Mbps at the height of 5800-6500 meters.

At the same time, the Chinese team used the Honor X10 mobile phone to make the first 5G call in Everest.

According to reports, the Honor X10 supports SA / NSA dual mode and 9 band 5G networks, with ultra-fast 5G upload and download rates, 5G smart dual card experience and other functions to achieve a more stable 5G signal.

Disclaimer: This is an article created by Michael Liang for Chinasdg.org. You can find the original article here: https://chinasdg.org/2020/05/30/chinese-mountaineering-team-make-first-5g-call-at-summit-of-mount-everest/.

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