Here's every 5G product available now and coming soon

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A couple of short years ago, 5G wasn't something we had access to. It was a term thrown around a lot by tech companies as being "the next big thing," but it didn't mean much to you and me. Now, here in 2020, 5G is readily accessible thanks to a growing list of 5G-capable devices. We're still in the early days of the new wireless standard, but there are already quite a few gadgets that can get you connected to it. Here are all of the 5G products that you can go out and buy right now!

Lots available and more to come

5G devices only made their first appearance in 2019, with 2020 being the year that we expect them to become fully widespread. The market still has plenty of room to grow and mature, but if you're shopping for a 5G device right now, you have plenty of options to choose from.

Overall, we think one of the best devices out there is the Samsung Galaxy S20 (opens in new tab). Not having mmWave support might be seen as a turnoff for some folks, but unless you live in a major city where mmWave 5G is available, it's not a big deal at all. Along with providing you with fast and reliable sub-6 5G, the rest of the Galaxy S20 experience is downright awesome. The display is gorgeous, performance is top-notch, the cameras are great, and battery life is excellent. You get all of that in a phone that's easy to use with small hands and comes in at a reasonable price compared to its more expensive siblings.

If you're in the market for something flashier, the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren (opens in new tab) is hard to ignore. The striking design is what'll initially draw you in, but as you keep using it, you'll start to love the 90Hz AMOLED screen, buttery smooth performance, and OnePlus's excellent OxygenOS software.

Finally, if you're looking to get a 5G phone but are trying to keep costs to a relative minimum, the LG V60 (opens in new tab) is well worth your consideration. Assuming you don't care about the Dual Screen accessory, T-Mobile is selling it for a decent price considering all of the specs and features you're getting.