Verizon has launched its mobile 5G service, with 30 cities set to enjoy faster data speeds by the end of 2019. Here's everything you need to know about the Verizon 5G network.
Here's a roundup of who's working on 5G phones and of when in 2019 you can expect to see these new devices.
T-Mobile's 5G network delivers close to 600 Mbps speeds in New York City and broader coverage than Verizon does in Chicago, but it's not as speedy.
From the specs and release date to all of the key features, here’s everything we know about the Galaxy Fold.
Sprint just launched its 5G network in five cities and two 5G devices are going on sale. Here are all the details.
The inflight internet access company will start using 5G to connect its 250 ground towers to planes.
Chip maker MediaTek is showing off a 5G system-on-chip at Computex that will likely mean a broader range of phones offering faster 5G connectivity next year.
The HTC 5G Hub is far too large to be a phone, but whatever you do, don’t call this device built for Sprint's network a hotspot.
Sprint's 5G network doesn't have a launch date, but its first phone, LG's V50 ThinQ 5G, is available to preorder May 17.
Verizon’s new mobile 5G network delivered speeds in excess of 600 Mbps at the carrier’s launch event in Chicago, but plenty of questions remain.
Samsung confirmed the release data and price for the 5G version of the Galaxy S10 in South Korea. And it looks like the phone will only cost a little more than the Galaxy S10 Plus.
Verizon has finally revealed the first two locations that are getting ultra-fast 5G. And the 5G Moto Mod goes on pre-order March 14.
The 5G Moto Mod may have seen its fair share of delays, but rest assured — it's real, and it's still coming
Overwhelmed with all the 5G buzz? These were the headlines about the new wireless networking standard that really mattered at Mobile World Congress 2019.
The wireless carrier’s fifth-generation network will go live in four cities, with five more on the map.
If you’re waiting on OnePlus to release a 5G phone in the U.S., you may have to wait longer. The phone maker’s CEO says the phone will hit the U.K. and Finland first.