AT&T’s fake 5G icons aren’t going away despite a settlement with Sprint

AT&T is going to continue to use the misleading 5G E-marketing for the 4G LTE-A network after the false advertising Lawsuit.

At&t and Sprint met at the US District Judge Vernon Broderick yesterday the 22nd of April, informed him that they had reached a settlement in principle, Broderick wrote in an order paving the way for this case to be dismissed. Broderick ordered the cellular carriers to submit a stipulation of voluntary dismissal no later than tomorrow the 24th of April or a joint letter on the status of the settlement.

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5G speeds have been predicted to be as high as 100 times faster than a mobile device using 4G.

Most analysts believe that having widespread 5G networks available in the United states till at least end of 2019 and likely 2020,
says Fung—but even then, “there aren’t even very many phones that are capable of taking advantage of this technology in the United States.”

What is millimeter wave technology?

5G networks have many different telecommunication technologies on the table for creating the 5G network. One of these would be utilizing the millimeter wavelengths. This would relieve the more congested Radio bands that our everyday devices communicate with currently. This will allow the 5G devices to broadcast over millimeter waves frequency.

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President Trump announces new 5G initiatives “It’s a race ‘America must win’”

On April 12, 2019, President Donald Trump spoke out about 5G deployment in the United States with the FCC

The president said that 92 markets of 5G will be ready by the end of 2019. Trump has explained that we will be outpacing South Korea, Stating that South Korea will have 48 markets live by the end of 2019.

Recent information has estimated that 275 billion dollars have been invested in the 5G network. This has created 3 million American jobs and also added $500 billion to our economy.

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Verizon’s 5G network is confusing and difficult according to recent tests.

Verizon recently activated the 5G network in Chicago and Minneapolis on Wednesday. The 5G network should be much faster and the way we use our smartphones should be greatly improved. But some early testing from Cnet and The Verge in Chicago suggest it has not had greatest results.

Cnet has wrote a article explaining the early testing of the 5G network with the Motorola Moto Z3 will require a $200 5G accessory to allow access to the 5G network.

CNet Article
“Even carefully positioned a few feet away from the 5G node, the large on-screen icon exclaiming Verizon’s 5G network toggled back and forth from 4G to 5G,” CNET said. “After two hours, we had run maybe one clean app side by side with the Galaxy S10 Plus.” Samsung’s phone is a 4G LTE device. “

The Verge said
“coverage is so extremely sparse that, for right now, I’d caution anyone against buying the 5G Moto Mod and paying Verizon an extra $10 every month to receive 5G,” even though it found “blazing fast data speeds.”

Verizon explained to CNBC why the network might have dropped in and out, but cautioned it did not know where the news outlets tested its network.

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Verizon Turns On the Switch for 5G in Minneapolis, Chicago.

Verizon has finally unleashed 5G to Minneapolis and Chicago on Wednesday the 3rd of April 2019. The planned launch date was not till April 11th.

With the 5G service now available in these areas, the only cell phones that are able to work with the 5G service is the Motorola’s Moto z3, This phone will require the expansion clip on that allows the phone to support the 5G service. Verizon has explained that they are going to start releasing other 5G phones such as the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G during the first half of the 2019 year.

The 5G service will be offering upwards of 1 Gbps of throughput speeds. But with the currently released 5G being in the early stages, the new 5G cell phones you will be expected to see 450 Mbps and extremely low latency below 30 milliseconds. Verizon is going to be expanding and continuing to work with there engineers to get the network upgraded and increase overall performance.

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Samsung’s Galaxy S10 5G pricing puts an early 5G fear to rest

The manufacture Samsung prepared to announce the first 5G Smartphones, Samsung said the early prototypes looked thick and carried of high pricing. Samsung recently released specs that the Galaxy S10 5G phone will be 7.94 Millimeters thick. Last month Samsung announced they will also be offering the Galaxy Fold, this was demonstrating that not all 5G phone would be thick. Pricing on these Phones could be around $1,500.00 or even more for these 5G smartphones.

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AT&T’s “5G E” is actually slower than Verizon and T-Mobile 4G

AT&T’s newest 5G E service has been found to be slower then Verizon’s and T-mobiles advanced 4G LTE networks, found by a study done by Opensignal.

At&T has tried to trick customers into believing that 4G LTE-A was a 5G service. But to find out speeds don’t even compare to 4g LTE speeds that Verizon and T-mobile offer. Speed test completed by the source Opensignal has found the average speeds of AT&T 5G E Network are 28.8 Mbps. These speeds are less than Verizon that offers 29.9 Mbps average and T mobile that offers 29.4 Mbps.

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For each network, this shows the average speed of LTE-Advanced ("5G E") phones versus the average speed of other 4G phones.

Verizon plans charges an add on of $10 for 5G access

Verizon will be launching the 5G mobile service in April of 2019, 5G will only be offered in two cities at first, and the customers will have an extra $10 a month to access it. Verizon will be releasing the 5G in select areas of Chicago and Minneapolis, eventually will be covering more then 30 cities in 2019.

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Remotely Driven Vehicle over a 5G connection.

Displayed at The MWC in Barcelona was a remotely piloted Freight truck. This truck was unmanned and was able to be controlled from over 1,200 miles away by a remote driver. This was made possible by using the 5G network with the extremely low latency and extremely fast throughputs speeds. This freight truck was driven 100 percent remotely, with the trucks speeds limited to 5 MPH, the truck was navigated around a closed course to show the response times and accuracy of control over the 5G cellular network.