HTC almost made a phone. The HTC 5G Hub runs Android 9 Pie, has a Qualcomm 855 processor with the X50 modem, 4GB of RAM, and an HD touchscreen — but it’s a hot spot designed to connect to 5G networks.
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The Xiaomi Mi 9 is the brand’s latest phone, and it’s a real powerhouse. It comes with a Snapdragon 855 processor, a triple-lens camera, a new in-display fingerprint sensor, and a new design. Here’s what you need to know.
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LG has a habit of releasing too many phones. Following on the heels of the V40 ThinQ, the company has now unveiled the LG V50 ThinQ. There’s 5G support, as well as an accessory that turns it into a foldable phone.
Samsung’s Galaxy S10 5G is the flagship of the S10 line, and it’s expensive at $1,300. But, it’s the only one of Samsung’s latest phones that can connect to a 5G network. It’s available from Sprint and Verizon, and now T-Mobile.
The OnePlus 7 Pro is here, and it’s a monster of a phone with a stunning redesign, a pop-up selfie camera, powerful flagship specs, and a price that’s hundreds of dollars less than the competition.
It has been years in the making, but 5G is finally becoming a reality. While 5G coverage is still extremely limited, expect to see it expand in 2019. Not sure what 5G even is? Here’s everything you need to know.
OnePlus will be among the first companies to put the new Snapdragon 855 processor into a phone and will also release a separate and more expensive 5G phone in 2019 with the help of U.K. network EE.
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Verizon is in the midst of a massive 5G rollout. Its mobile 5G network is now available in select areas of several cities, including Chicago and Denver.
Sprint has launched its next-gen 5G network in a handful of cities, but more are on the way soon. But the 5G network it’s using is a decidedly different approach than some of its competitors, including Verizon and AT&T.
T-Mobile’s 5G network officially launched in the U.S., though it’s not with the 600MHz frequency we were all expecting, but with millimeter wave, just like Verizon’s existing 5G network.