It is not yet known when it will be possible to start using the 5G network commercially, but NOS is already preparing when this becomes a reality.
Today, in Lisbon, this operator presented four partnerships for online experiences that will demonstrate the potential of 5G that will be unknown to the majority of the public.
“With new technology we wanted to get new services,” justified José Pedro Teixeira, Head of Mobile Services and Business Development at NOS. One of the main weapons to promote the operator’s 5G tariff is the cloud gaming platform, with a similar concept to Google Stadia, Blacknut.
The concept here is to make games available for the whole family, with a special focus on younger titles, such as LEGO and Disney. The Black Note It has a catalog of “Over Five Hundred Games”, NOS maintains, and will be promoted with two controllers: one from Shack for the PC (similar to Xbox) and Razer Kishi (for iOS and Android).
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