According to a recent study performed by GameBench, mid-band 5G spectrum offered gamers a better experience than low-band 5G. The research also showed that performance was better when users played cloud-based games.
The tests were conducted on gamers who played Destiny 2 on Google Stadia’s cloud gaming platform. It revealed that 2500MHz spectrum offered users the best overall performance.
The organization also conducted trials using Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G smartphone. Those tests showed that mid-band 5G spectrum achieved a typical rate of animation of 59fps.
GameBench gave mid-band and Wi-Fi “ultra” rankings in terms of “animation fluidity experience.” Low-band received a “good” rating.
(All information was provided by Mobile World Live)
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