Sixth-generation (6G) technology is under development as the successor to 5G. As of 2019, there is no 6G service or standards. Researchers are exploring a broad range of potential applications and technologies for 6G, including:
• Ultra-high speeds (over 20 gigabits per second)
• Ultra-low latency (under one millisecond)
• support for massive numbers of connected devices
• Enhanced security and privacy features
• New applications and services such as holographic phone calls and virtual reality
There is no definitive answer as to which country will deploy 6G first. Some telecom companies and research organizations are already working on 6G technology, but it is still in the early stages of development.