Indian Mobile Congress 2019 will soon conclude but some notable demonstrations and announcements happened at the event. Reliance Jio and Samsung also teamed up to showcase use cases for 5G and LTE, using 5G NSA mode, with advanced 4G LTE and 5G technology. Some 5G based use cases showed off by the companies include virtual classroom and large scale Full HD content streaming on multiple devices. In addition to 5G use case, the companies also demonstrated some 4G use cases for public safety communications featuring Mission Critical-Push-To-X (MCPTX) communication and Public Safety LTE (PS-LTE) using MCPTX.
Diving a bit deeper into the 5G use cases that were shown off by Samsung and Jio, the Virtual Classroom enables users to watch 360-degree lectures. These lectures were taken from a classroom in Jio’s Reliance Corporate Park (RCP) in Mumbai. In addition Full High-Definition (HD) Content Streaming was also shown off at the event, which enabled Full HD video streaming on multiple smartphones simultaneously and 4K video streaming using multiple 5G tablets.
While Samsung and Jio demoed their use cases for 5G, Honor was also present at IMC 2019. The company unveiled its Honor Vision and Vision Pro TVs at the event, which will be launched in India in Q1 2020. The Honor Vision is equipped with a 55-inch 4K display with 60Hz refresh rate, 400 nits peak brightness, and a 178-degree viewing angle. It runs on the Honghu 818 quad-core SoC, coupled with a Mali-G51 GPU and 2GB RAM. There is 16GB of onboard storage. The Pro features all the same specifications, along with a pop-up camera.
As for connectivity, the TV comes with three HDMI ports, one USB 3.0 port, one Ethernet port, Bluetooth 5.0, and Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac. Equipped with four 10W speakers the TV picks up features from both Magic UI 3.0 and EMUI 10 operating systems used by the Honor and Huawei brands respectively.