Beijing’s first 5G-based video call dialed at Beijing Expo 2019

On April 28 in 2019, the 5G+ action press conference was jointly held by the local government, China telecom, China mobile, China unicom and China tower in Hangzhou. It shows a bunch of innovations and applications based on 5 g technology, including robots, unmanned aerial vehicles, self-driving cars, logistics vehicles, AR/VR, live 4k, 8k high-definition video, etc.(Photo by LianGuoqing from People’s daily online) Source: People's Daily Online

On April 28 in 2019, the 5G+ action press conference was jointly held by the local government, China telecom, China mobile, China unicom and China tower in Hangzhou. It shows a bunch of innovations and applications based on 5 g technology, including robots, unmanned aerial vehicles, self-driving cars, logistics vehicles, AR/VR, live 4k, 8k high-definition video, etc.(Photo by LianGuoqing from People’s daily online) Source: People’s Daily Online

Beijing’s first high-definition video call via 5G network was made yesterday in the media center of the 2019 International Horticultural Exhibition, or Beijing Expo 2019, Beijing Daily reported on April 28. The video call, lasting 7 minutes, was made using a Huawei Mate 20 X, a foldable 5G smartphone, and was witnessed by domestic and foreign journalists. The projected video on a large-screen television features high definition and low delay. With high bandwidth and low latency, the 5G network will guarantee wireless 4K/8K live video streaming thus elevating media to a new level, noted Xiang Huangmei, vice president of China Telecom in Beijing, who dialed the first 5G video call. China Telecom in Beijing will continue to promote the application of 5G technology in more scenarios such as automated driving and distance medical care, Xiang said.

 

(People’s Daily)

 

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