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Samsung and Verizon Partner to Make First 5G Phone

Published on 1/1/2019
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Samsung and Verizon Partner to Make First 5G Phone


I've been telling my readers about this for a while now so...........


This week at the annual Qualcomm Snapdragon Summit in Maui, Samsung will be revealing another crucial component of its 2019 roadmap. A few weeks back, Samsung announced a foldable phone. Now there are rumors that the company will be revealing its 5G smartphone with mobile partner Verizon.

As of right now, not many details have been revealed. Both Samsung and Verizon are aiming for a release sometime in the first half of next year. Samsung isn’t the only phone maker that’s promising to deliver smartphones in 2019. OnePlus and Motorola are also in the works of creating their own 5G smartphones. According to rumors, Apple announced that it doesn’t expect to embrace the technology until 2020.

It’s a race for tech companies to be the first to release a smartphone that supports 5G technology. Samsung and Verizon might not be the first — only time will tell. But it’s going to be a fast race that investors are keeping an eye on.

This isn’t Samsung’s first attempt at 5G technology. Back in 2017, it showed off its 5G home router at the Mobile World Congress. And it isn’t Verizon’s first hand at 5G service, either. Verizon has been unleashing the beginning of 5G home service to U.S. cities like Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, and Sacramento.

Verizon’s 5G home broadband will be available to a bigger portion of the country because the technology won’t be reliant on cables to connect the technology. It will provide fast and reliable internet access to customers like my dad, who otherwise couldn’t access high-speed internet... or any internet, for that matter. Since the technology will be cable-free, Verizon will be able to get new customers, which means more revenue, but even better, consistent revenue.'s here and I did tell you so.  lol



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