At launch, AT & T's 5G service could only use a single 100 MHz carrier for its connection, limiting the speed that was often not much better (or possibly worse) than LTE. The new approach resulted in four of these carriers collapsing, offering much more flexibility even under real conditions. Later in the year, it should be faster when AT & T combines LTE and 5G in a single connection.
The problem, as with almost every 5G carrier (including the Engadget parent company Verizon), is able to benefit from this speed AT & T's 5G is only available in certain regions of a handful of cities. You need an invitation to purchase the Netgear hotspot. Even then, the wireless LAN of the router is not fast enough to guarantee top speeds. You have to wait for 5G smartphones and Wi-Fi hotspots with WiFi 6 before the technology can reach its full potential. This clearly shows the performance of 5G ̵