Verizon’s 5G Home Broadband Launches In October

Are you looking forward to checking out how fast 5G internet speeds are? While we’re still waiting on smartphones to be launched that supports the technology, it seems that those at home can soon start to experience 5G connectivity as Verizon has announced plans to launch their 5G home broadband service come 1st of October.


First Honor 5G Phone Release Confirmed For 2019

5G phones will be all the rage next year as cellular networks across the globe flip the switch on their next-generation networks. Manufacturers are gradually confirming if they will be releasing 5G devices in the coming year. Huawei’s Honor sub-brand has now confirmed that the first Honor 5G phone will indeed be released in 2019.


AT&T’s Mobile 5G Will Arrive In Five Additional Cities This Year

AT&T had previously confirmed a handful of cities that would receive its mobile 5G service before the end of this year. The carrier today confirmed the remaining cities on the list. These five additional markets will receive the carrier’s mobile 5G service by the end of this year. They join the seven for which AT&T has already confirmed mobile 5G plans for.


Not All Samsung Galaxy S10 Models Will Support 5G

With carriers starting to roll out 5G coverage this year, with plans for huge expansions in 2019, it’s safe to say that phones launched in 2019 will start to support 5G. For Samsung fans, we’re sure some are wondering if the Galaxy S10 will support 5G. There have been reports that Samsung is developing Exynos chipsets with 5G modems, but a new report suggests that not all Galaxy S10 models […]


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Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 Could Support 5G

Thanks to a photo uploaded the other day by Xiaomi’s President, the Mi Mix 3 was officially revealed as far as the design was concerned. It showed a pop out camera feature similar to what we’ve seen in the past from the likes of Oppo and Vivo. However now we might have another thing to look forward to.


ZTE’s 5G Smartphone Has Been Delayed To Late 2019

#IFA 18 – With carriers quickly launching 5G networks, it means that smartphone makers need to step up their game and start producing handsets that will support the new mobile connectivity standard. Earlier this year ZTE announced that they will launch 5G smartphones by 2019, but unfortunately it looks like the company’s plans might have been delayed.


Apple’s 5G iPhones Could End Up Being Very Expensive

It is only a matter of time before 5G networks become the standard in the mobile industry, which means that phone manufacturers need to quickly hop on board the 5G bandwagon and start producing 5G capable handsets. Apple will obviously be one of those companies, but if you thought that the company’s existing iPhones were expensive, its 5G models could cost more.


Huawei & ZTE Banned From Supplying 5G Hardware To Australia

While Huawei and ZTE have been around for a while, it seems that in recent times both companies have come under fire from the US government for allegedly spying for the Chinese government, so much so that US President Donald Trump has actually banned the use of devices from both companies by government officials and government contractors.


LG V45 Will Reportedly Be LG’s First 5G Smartphone

With commercial 5G networks set to go live next year, it’s only a matter of time before major manufacturers start rolling out their first 5G smartphones. A new report out of South Korea claims that the LG V40 will be released after the upcoming iPhones in the fourth quarter of this year. It also mentions that the LG V45 will be launched later as the company’s first 5G smartphone.


Qualcomm Confirms 7nm Process Technology For Next Flagship SoC

Soon after Huawei confirmed that its upcoming Kirin 980 processor with be manufactured on the 7nm process technology, Qualcomm has confirmed something that the industry has suspected all along. The company’s next flagship processor, like called the Snapdragon 855, will be built on the 7nm process technology. Qualcomm has also confirmed that it will be compatible with its Snapdragon X50 5G modem to deliver 5G capabilities to flagship smartphones next […]


Sprint And LG To Launch First 5G Smartphone Next Year

With commercial 5G networks set to go live in the United States next year, carriers and smartphone manufacturers are now gearing up to launch devices which will be able to leverage the next-generation mobile network. Sprint and LG have announced their intention to bring the “1st 5G smartphone in the U.S.” They’re aiming to do that in the first half of next year.


Exynos Modem 5100 Is Samsung’s First 3GPP Compliant 5G Modem

Samsung has developed what it says is the industry’s first 5G modem that’s fully compliant with 3GPP standards. The Exynos Modem 5100 has been developed with an aim of accelerating 5G commercialization. The modem has support for multi-mode communication with high efficiency in data transmission. It will be used in mobile devices that are to be compatible with 5G mobile networks.


Verizon’s 5G Broadband Will Include YouTube TV, Apple TV 4K

5G is expected to be the next standard in mobile connectivity, and as expected it will be faster than what is offered in the market today. How much faster, you ask? According to a report from Variety, it seems that it will be fast enough to the point where Verizon is comfortable including YouTube TV and Apple TV 4K as part of its 5G broadband bundle.


T-Mobile To Deploy Trucks To Demonstrate 5G Connectivity

5G is set to become the next wireless standard for mobile devices and we imagine that it will eventually replace 4G which is the current standard. We’re sure that there are probably some who are skeptical of 5G and whether or not this is all some kind of marketing ploy to get us to upgrade our devices or pay more for new plans, but T-Mobile wants to ease your mind.