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Apple's first 5G iPhone could come in 2020: report

Wireless carriers are preparing for 5G connectivity, the next generation of cellular networking that promises to bring faster download speeds to consumers. Hardware manufacturers are thus getting ready, with plans already in motion for a number of devices that will take advantage of those faster networks. A new report suggests that Apple wants to release its 5G phone in 2020. …

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Apple will probably release the iPhone 5G until 2020

In February, when competitors cemented their plans for 5G phones, it was clear that Apple had to choose from four challenging roads to bring its first 5G iPhone to market. Following yesterday's announcement that Apple will stop publishing iPhone sales, a recent report from Fast Company suggests the following reasons: The company appears to have decided to deliver the first …

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Samsung Galaxy S10 is reported to come in 5G, plus, budget versions

We could have more details about Samsung's S10 and foldable plans. The grade 9 is shown here. Angela Lang / CNET Samsung allegedly follows Apple's lead by developing a trio of Galaxy S10 models and plans to launch a 5G version in the US. The standard S10 is codenamed "Beyond," Bloomberg said Friday, citing anonymous sources. and it's about the …

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Trump wants a new spectrum strategy. Here's what it means for 5G.

U.S. President Donald Trump issued a presidential memorandum on Thursday calling on various government agencies to develop a "sustainable spectrum strategy". The memorandum states, "It is imperative that America be the leader in the fifth generation (5G) of wireless technologies." In practical terms, this requires executive departments and agencies to report on future spectrum requirements and task the Office of …

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Will Huawei's foldable 5G phone just be announced? – BGR

Earlier this week, Huawei unveiled a bunch of new Android devices, including the Mate 20 Pro that's just the most exciting Android phone of the year. So it took the wraps off of its new Mate 20X, a gaming phone with impressive battery capacity. Huawei CEO Richard Yu confirmed that the company is making a good phone for next year, …

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Ericsson Exceeds Third Quarter Expectations of Savings and 5G Sales Pending

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – The mobile device manufacturer Ericsson outperformed its third-quarter earnings guidance on Thursday, boosting sales of next-generation 5G devices in North America. FILE PHOTO: The Ericsson logo is on June 14, 2018 in the Swedish headquarters of Ericsson. REUTERS / Olof Swahnberg For the third consecutive year, the company made significant progress towards achieving its financial targets for …

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Qualcomm's new Wi-Fi chips are expected to compete at 5G speeds

Qualcomm launches a family of chips that can deliver incredibly fast Wi-Fi – at speeds of up to 10 Gigabits per second – to phones, laptops, routers, and more. It is the beginning of a new generation of this super-fast Wi-Fi standard, but it's not used to speed up typical internet surfing. And if it prevails at all, remains an …

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T-Mobile's Metro brand promises 5G mobile service in 2019

T-Mobile CEO John Legere introduces the T-Mobile logo in addition to the new Metro. MetroPCS uses PCS in a name change. (Photo: T-Mobile) T-Mobile is committed to becoming the first next-generation prepaid mobile service provider in 2019 Wireless 5G service. The new name Carrier officially launched on Monday, part of the former MetroPCS & # 39; attempt to change, which …

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T-Mobile promises 5G for its Metro prepaid service in 2019

T-Mobile announced plans to expand its 5G network in 30 cities this February. The company committed to provide the Metro prepaid service with 5G services in 2019, as reported for the first time CNET . Metro is the recently renamed MetroPCS, acquired by T-Mobile in 2013. Metro's Unlimited Plans are also launching today, offering benefits such as Google One cloud …

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