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[Just a few years after the first 4G smartphone hit the market, the wireless industry is already preparing for 5G. The main characteristics of 5G have been intensively studied recently, though the standards for 5G are not set yet. 5G will be faster, smarter and less power-hungry than 4G.]
[A technology breakthrough happens in mobile communications almost every ten years. 5G, as an emerging example right now, provides not only simply faster speed but also increased capacity, decreased latency and better quality of service (QoS).]
[The Next Generation Mobile Networks Alliance feels that 5G should be rolled out by 2020 to meet the continuously increasing demand for higher data rates, higher energy efficiency, larger network capacity and higher mobility required by new wireless applications.]
[5G has to be more massive and flexible to enable large scale of services and scenarios. Despite the advances achieved by 4G mobile network, novel market trends are imposing unprecedented challenges on 5G.]
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