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5G deployment is moving fast and the list of cities with coverage is growing all the time. See if your U.S. city has coverage yet by Verizon, T-Mobile, or AT&T.
For business customers 5G on AT&T is moving fast. Consumers need to wait a bit longer to get access to the fastest AT&T mobile network.
MediaTek announces another 5G capable chip for the Dimensity 800-series to take on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 765.
Samsung's Galaxy A51 will pick up a 5G variant in the U.S. from August 7. The company will also tack on an extra $100 for their trouble.
T-Mobile is launching its 5G network for anyone with a 5G compatible device. With Sprint under its wing, T-Mobile is building the most complete 5G network with low-band, mid-band, and high-band 5G.
Standalone (SA) 5G is able to work independent of an LTE network allowing for increased speeds, decreased latency, and improved coverage. Non standalone (NSA) 5G needs an LTE connection to work but still delivers most of the speed and improvements that come with 5G.
The Uncarrier today announced the launch of its standalone 5G network, which the company claims allows it to expand its 5G coverage by 30% to include 2,000 more cities across the U.S.
5G is more widely available today than it's ever been before. That's all fine and dandy, but how many people actually care?
Mint Mobile has officially launched 5G support on its network. Making the most of T-Mobile's 5G network, Mint Mobile customers will be able to access the low-band, mid-band, and millimeter wave 5G connection if they have a phone that supports it.
AT&T today announced the nationwide deployment of 5G prior to the launch of expected 5G flagships like the Galaxy Note 20. The carrier also promised to offer 5G upgrades to some of its plans with no additional cost.
All of the major carriers are deploying 5G in some capacity and 5G capable phones are starting to roll out. It's all to answer the demand for more capacity and more consistent coverage.
Despite a somewhat rocky start, 5G is really starting to take shape as a worthwhile successor to 4G LTE. Luckily, there are plenty of reasons to get excited about it.
Samsung is launching the Galaxy A71 for Verizon in July. This is Samsung's second 5G enabled phone on the carrier after the launch of the Galaxy S20.
5G is still pretty new and so are its phones but the prices have started to come down. These are the cheapest 5G phones you can buy right now.
All of the major carriers offer some sort of 5G. T-Mobile has the densest 5G network is bringing support to its MVNOs.
The argument for stepping up to 5G gets stronger every day. Here are a few reasons why you should make the jump in 2019.
5G is moving quickly but it's still not as widespread as LTE and isn't worth the premium price some carriers are putting on service.
A ton of support from carriers and smartphone companies alike is going to flood the market with 5G-capable phones this year. These are the best 5G phones you can buy.
Sprint and HTC bring 5G to everyone with the HTC 5G Hub. Rocking Android and a touch screen, this hub delivers high speed internet and can function as a smart device as well.
5G is a lot more varied than it may seem. These are terms used by carriers and equipment manufacturers to explain which type of 5G is being deployed and how it will work.