Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G is the latest proof that 5G isn't for you -- yet

id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> A look at the different versions of Samsung's upcoming galaxy m30 antutu benchmark Note 10 Plus 5G can spur a minor headache.  

Sarah Tew/CNET AT&T has had, generously speaking, a mixed year when it comes to 5G. It kicked off 2019 by doubling down on its dubious 5GE claim, which misled consumers into thinking they had 5G, when they really were tapping into an advanced form of 4G that every other carrier already offered. After touting the launch of the world's first 5G network in December, it still hasn't made it available to anyone aside from select, friendly business customers. Even as Samsung launches its second 5G phone in the galaxy a30 specs Note 10 Plus 5G, AT&T has yet to launch its consumer service.

But, as odd as it sounds, AT&T may have been right all along.

Now playing: Watch this: Everything to know about the Galaxy Note 10 (The Daily... 5:34 5G is live, but it's hardly lived up to expectations. CNET's speed test of 5G networks around the world, spanning everywhere from Seoul to London and many cities in between, have found startling high speeds but limited or spotty coverage. All new network deployments have their fair share of growing pains, but this generation's rollout has been far more problematic.

But to the carriers, huawei 4e antutu benchmark that doesn't matter. If the last few years have been all about building up hype for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G specs when 5G becomes reality, 2019 has been about sustaining that hype until 5G becomes something ready for huawei 4e antutu benchmark mainstream consumers. It's been about a series of first: AT&T and Korean telecom player KT jockeying to be the first to launch a 5G; Verizon launching the first 5G network available to US consumers; Motorola launching the first 5G device through a Moto Mod attachment; Samsung Galaxy A20 Antutu launching the first 5G smartphone; or Samsung Galaxy Note 10 specs EE launching the first UK network.

Ultimately, this is more about bragging rights and the ability to tout network superiority over their competitors, huawei honor 20 pro antutu benchmark and less about whether you as a consumer are going to get a good experience. As CNET senior reporter Shara Tibken explains, you should wait it out before really investing in a 5G phone, because the early technical limitations mean the first-generation devices aren't actually a way to future-proof yourself when better coverage rolls out.
31.08.2019 09:56:38
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