Bluetooth SIG presented Bluetooth 5 are mainly focused on new IOT. The increase in transmissions could be important for IOT, where many nodes connect throughout a whole house. Bluetooth 5 adds functionality for connectionless services such as location-relevant navigation of low-energy Bluetooth connections.
The Bluetooth SIG presented Bluetooth 5 on 16 June 2016. Its new features are mainly focused on new Internet of Things technology. Bluetooth 5.0 is the latest version of the Bluetooth wireless communication standard. It’s commonly used for wireless headphones and other audio hardware, as well as wireless keyboards, mice, and game controllers. Bluetooth is also used for communication between various smart home and Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
A new version of the Bluetooth standard means various improvements, but only when used with compatible peripherals. In other words, you won't see any immediate benefit from upgrading to a phone with Bluetooth 5.0 if all your Bluetooth accessories were designed for an older version of Bluetooth. Bluetooth is backwards compatible, however, so you can continue using your existing Bluetooth 4.2 and older devices with a Bluetooth 5.0 phone. And, when you buy new Bluetooth 5.0-enabled peripherals, they’ll work better thanks to your Bluetooth 5.0 phone. To smart home products ,you can benefit the new technology immediately .