No. The criticism of the millimeter band for 5g stands. I understand what you are saying, about future applications but I can't think of any application that the combination of short range and line of sight problems doesn't sink. The problems don't just apply to traditional handset use. Vehicle to vehicle communications for autonomous vehicles? Do you really want a crucial safety feature interrupted because you lost line of sight? I'm trying to think of ANY application that loss of line of sight doesn't kill. Long distance transmissions from tower to tower maybe? Unless some bird flies in between, it should be good. Oh, but wait, the range is limited to ~200 yards. No, 5g is a marginal ~25% improvement over LTE Advanced. All other claims are just plain fraudulent. There is no way engineers in the field haven't known this from day one. It isn't rocket science. I can't wait for the day of reckoning and the fallout from this one. Heads will roll. Enron will look like small potatoes. This is massive industry-wide fraud, causing a trillion dollar worldwide race to marginal improvement.