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We've got some bad news about Samsung's 5G enabled S10+

Posted On: Jan 14, 2019   |   Posted By: TheBoyGeniusReport

We've got some bad news about Samsung's 5G enabled S10+

A lot of people recently have been saying that the smartphone landscape has gotten a bit boring. Despite some nice evolutionary improvements from the likes of Apple and Samsung over the years, the reality is that it's been a while since we've seen a new smartphone feature that, right out of the gate, is an absolute game-changer. The impending rollout of 5G, however, is poised to change all that.
5G is poised to deliver absolutely insane speed improvements and the good news is that 5G devices are slated to launch later this year. The bad news is that the rollout of 5G isn't going to happen overnight, which is to say it's going to take some time before the masses can actually enjoy 5G connectivity. Indeed, this is part of the reason why Apple will likely wait until 2020 before introducing a 5G-compatible iPhone.

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