There are many tech-geeks out there who are crazy enough to adopt the new technology as soon as they are launched and available in the market but not every time it is worth to take every new technology in. Qualcomm president Cristiano Amon at the Mobile World Congress Keynote panel said this week that “The phones are ready; we’re just waiting for the networks.” Andre Fuetsch said, “The issue is devices. Frankly, we’re waiting on the devices.”
Everyone is so excited about the arrival of 5G as companies have hyped about it and everything will be so fast, and better AI would be there, life will be changed indeed with the wireless technology which will arrive. Things are getting somewhere messed up as Qualcomm is saying that devices are ready by AT&T are saying devices are not prepared, so it is becoming controversial. As the Tech-giant Samsung has also unveiled its Galaxy S10 which will be coming in the 5G model, this phone was launched at San Francisco. Other mobile companies are also coming forward for the 5G phones. Oppo also talked about its first 5G phone and Huawei which has made profits is also coming with the foldable Mate X.
MWC also showed us other concepts. Xiaomi is also talking about its Mi Mix 3 5G, and LG is coming with V50 Thin Q. Coming to the next generation is a beautiful thing but “They’re small pockets in the cities,” Fuetsch said, noting that all of the customers using theare small businesses. “We haven’t disclosed them publicly.” AT&T reportedly has invested in the millimeter wave spectrum which will undoubtedly catch the superhigh frequency and will give high speed.
Ray said T-Mobile’s full 5G launch would happen in the second half of the year. He didn’t specify when, but there may not be phones that run on the company’s broader 5G network until the fourth quarter, or even early 2020.