What happens if my phone is not 5G?
If your phone is not 5G-compatible, then you will not be able to connect to 5G networks and will be limited to using 4G (or earlier) networks. This means that you will not be able to take advantage of the higher speeds and lower latency of 5G networks.
However, it’s important to note that 4G networks still provide fast and reliable mobile data speeds, and most current applications and services are designed to work well on 4G networks. So, while 5G networks are the latest and fastest mobile data technology, not having a 5G phone does not mean that you will have a poor mobile data experience.
In addition, many mobile carriers are still in the process of rolling out 5G networks and expanding coverage, so even if you have a 5G phone, you may not be able to connect to a 5G network in all areas. Therefore, whether or not you have a 5G phone, you will still be able to use your mobile device to access the internet and make calls using a 4G (or earlier) network.