‘Immature’ Tech Is Why The Google Pixel 4 Doesn’t Have 5G

It was rumored that Google could be looking to launch a 5G Pixel smartphone this year, but when the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL were announced, there was no mention of 5G at all. This has led to some to wonder about Google adopting the technology, and it turns out, Google has a pretty good reason.

Four 5G iPhones Could Be Coming In 2020

Apple skipped 5G on its iPhones this year and we can’t say we blame them. The tech is still relatively new and Apple is usually one to prefer using tried and tested technology (it took the company a while to adopt 4G as well). However, come 2020, Apple is expected to finally embrace 5G technology.

Apple Reportedly Aiming To Launch Its Own 5G Modems In 2022

According to the rumors, Apple is set to launch a 5G iPhone as early as 2020. This is thanks to the company finally settling their legal troubles with Qualcomm, in which it is expected that Apple will most likely try to source 5G modems from Qualcomm. However, we have also heard that Apple could only be working with Qualcomm temporarily until their own 5G modems are made.

TomTom and Verizon To Improve Safety of Emergency Vehicles over 5G

TomTom and Verizon were exhibiting at TC Disrupt 2019 in San Francisco last week, and they announced their plans to make intersections safer for emergency vehicles using 5G.According to a NHTSA’s report (2014), each year in the U.S., there are about 6,500 accidents involving ambulances, nearly 60% of ambulance accidents and 70 % of firetruck accidents occur during the course of an emergency use.


Samsung Is Looking To Build An 8K 5G-Capable TV

Back in the day, TVs were basically displays to watch our shows with. While, they are still pretty much still the same, these days, TVs have improved on their features and functionality, where they can be used to stream content from the internet, use apps, go online, and so on. This is why it’s not surprising that a 5G-enabled TV is being developed by Samsung.

2020 iPhones Will Introduce An All New Design, 5G, Camera Improvements

Ever since Apple introduced the iPhone X in 2017, the company has stuck to the design for its 2018 iPhones and they are also expected to continue using that design with 2019’s iPhones. If you were getting a bit bored of it, then maybe you’ll want to hold off on this year’s models and wait for 2020’s iPhones.

Qualcomm Enables More Affordable 5G Handsets in 2020

At IFA /Berlin, Qualcomm has announced plans to bring updated Snapdragon Series  7 and even Series 6  with 5G support built-in, instead of using an external modem Series 6 and 7 refers to the Snapdragon 600 and 700 series with the 675 and Snapdragon 730 being the most recent models.

Samsung Galaxy A90 5G Brings 5G Connectivity To Mid-Range Phones

Samsung’s Galaxy A series of smartphones have typically been known for their affordability due to the fact that they’re generally positioned as mid-ranged devices. This also usually means that while you save money, you might have to sacrifice on certain features that might otherwise be available on high-end flagships.

Apple Patent Hints At 5G Plans And A Metal Oxide Gas Sensor For The Apple Watch

The Apple Watch currently supports LTE, but given that 5G is expected to be the future of mobile connectivity, we imagine that in the future, Apple will most likely release an Apple Watch that will support 5G, and thanks to a recently discovered patent by Patently Apple, it seems that Apple has actually patented such a device.

Verizon CEO Expects 5G To Cover Half The Country By Next Year

Mobile carriers in the United States launched their 5G networks earlier this year. As you can probably imagine, coverage is limited to a handful of cities by now, but the carriers are working to rapidly expand coverage in major cities across the country. Verizon’s CEO actually believes that half of the United States will have 5G coverage by next year.

Apple Reportedly Wants Its Own 5G Modems Ready By 2021

Yesterday, it was confirmed that Apple would be acquiring most of Intel’s modem business for a cool $1 billion. It was largely speculated that this could be part of Apple’s plan to eventually create their own modems, but when exactly these Apple-made modems will be released is anyone’s guess.

Apple Confirms $1 Billion Acquisition Of Intel’s Modem Business

Apple is a company that is notorious for trying to do everything themselves. This is why they control as much of the hardware on their products as possible, and why they have even created their own software instead of relying on alternatives such as Android or Windows. It is this kind of approach which is why we weren’t surprised to learn that Apple wanted to start making its own modems […]

Sprint’s 5G Network Goes Live In Chicago

Sprint today announced the expansion of its 5G mobile network to Chicago. It says that approximately 700,000 people will be covered initially by the network. Chicago happens to be one of the nine markets where Sprint is launching True Mobile 5G. It’s currently available in parts of Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston and Kansas City with the service also being launched in select areas of Los Angeles, New York City, Phoenix, […]

Apple To Fully Transition To OLED iPhones In 2020 With 5G

At the moment, Apple’s lineup of iPhones consists of te iPhone XS, XS Max, and the iPhone XR, the former two being OLED models while the latter uses LCD. There have been talks that Apple could eventually make a full transition to OLED screens in the future, and according to analyst Samik Chatterjee, that could happen in 2020.