AT & T will launch a second Samsung phone on its 5G network 2019 in addition to its announced less…
AT & T will launch a second Samsung phone on its 5G network 2019 in addition to its announced less than 24 hours ago, the company has confirmed. However, unlike the Samsung phone due to the first half of the year, the other 5G handset, coming in the second half, will be able to access the sub-6GHz spectrum in addition to mmWave, according to an AT & T representative. It will be the third 5G device from AT & T in total if you count Netgear’s 5G mobile hotspot.
News of a second Samsung phone that also supports a wider swath of 5G spectrum, Osborne can be the first. After all, who wants to spend upwards of $ 1
000 on a flagship 5G phone that can be handicapped with 5G coverage? Both mmWave and sub-6GHz have different advantages that make them necessary for 5G. The millimeter wave (mmWave) spectrum provides speeds of up to approximately 1 Gbps and ultra-low latency in theoretical everyday life, but it is inconsistent to penetrate into buildings, while sub-6 GHz provides broader coverage, but at lower speeds using existing spectrum. Verizon and AT & T have said they prioritize the faster mmWave spectrum of 5G, but the subgroup 6GHz 5G spectrum is likely to be needed to achieve the same coverage as 4G.
Outside the network connection, AT & T does not offer any clues about what form the new phone would take. Samsung is working with at least two 5G variants of its upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10, one using Qualcomm’s X50 modem and the other with Samsung’s Exynos 5G hardware. One of these devices is rumored to be a massive 6.7 “Beyond X” version of the phone, released to coincide with the 10th anniversary of the Galaxy line.
AT & T is locked in a heated match with Verizon for the US 5G crown. Although Verizon claims that it has already launched its own 5G services based on a previous specification, AT & T’s network (due to launch before the end of the year) will be based on 3GPP’s 5G NR specification, which will make it the first real 5G network to launch in the OSS. 12 cities will be covered at launch, and another seven will be added to the network during the first half of next year.