Another week ends, it’s Christmas Eve and almost 2023, but the TB community do not stop. Many interesting discussions about technology have taken place in recent days, and of course the summary of the main topics could not be missing. Come with me to check out the subjects that reverberated between December 17th and 23rd. 🇧🇷
Going 4G or 5G in 2023?
New year, new internet? If the idea is to buy a cell phone, the question may arise whether it is really worth investing in a device that already has the much-talked about 5G. THE Caca30 cleared that doubt for us there in the Community. She wanted to know if the guys are thinking about switch to 5G in 2023 or stay on 4G anywaywhich for her, doesn’t have much difference.
Right away the Felipe_Silva said it will go to 5G next year, believing it is better at peak times.
I’m going with 5G because the network can handle more people at peak times, so the chances of the cell phone continuing to work even in crowded situations improve, which we know that 4G doesn’t handle anymore.
If you don’t travel or go to crowded places, you shouldn’t notice much improvement from 5g over 4g.
O mbc07 said that if the idea is to change cell phones, there is no reason not to invest in a device with 5G, since today we have options with all price ranges. already the JuniorMax stated that for him, in the city where he lives, the impression is that 5G has taken over the speed of 4G:
So what’s your opinion on this? Have you already bet on 5G or do you intend to bet next year? There is still time to leave your opinion in the comments. Go to the topic in the Community🇧🇷 🇧🇷
Other topics that reverberated in the Community
Other interesting discussions were also highlighted in the last week. To follow all the opinions and also leave yours, just access the links below:
- Monitor warranty?
- HyperX headset microphone not working in Windows 11
- Problem recharging Samsung A21s, sometimes it recognizes it, sometimes it doesn’t
- How to keep progress in a game that is not online?
Calm down, there’s still more! In addition to all these issues raised by you in the Community, our team also produced articles that yielded a lot. 🇧🇷
The 5 best discussions on APK Games guidelines
- Pix passes 100 million transactions in one day and breaks record values
- Twitter gives up suspending those who share profiles on other social networks [atualizado]
- Google will use artificial intelligence to decipher medical prescriptions
- Netflix struggles to stop 100 million people from sharing passwords
- Windows 11 will be faster with explorer.exe resource sharing
O Pix passed the 100 million transaction mark made in a single day. The Central Bank’s instant payment system hit that number last Tuesday (20). Transactions totaled just over R$60.3 billion, a record value.
Last Sunday (18), the Twitter announced it would suspend user accounts that were promoting profiles from other social networks, since “free promotion” would not be allowed. In the announcement, link aggregators would also be prohibited. However, on the same day, the network’s CEO, Elon Muk, withdrew from the decision and apologized: “I apologize, it won’t happen again”🇧🇷
Well, that’s all for today, I’ll stop here! Do not forget to follow the APK Games and participate in the discussions that take place in Community🇧🇷 Hugs and even more! 🇧🇷