Verizon announces Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Phone

5G Smartphone will be available in the first half of 2019

SAN FRANCISCO – Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg joined Samsung Mobile CEO DJ Koh on stage at Samsung Unpacked to announce that Verizon will be the first U.S. wireless provider to offer Samsung’s new 5G smartphone – the Galaxy S10 5G – in the first half of 2019 as its 5G Ultra Wideband NR network goes live.

“Building on our history of network firsts, Verizon is about to redefine the mobile experience when we become the first U.S. wireless provider to offer the Galaxy S10 5G on our 5G Ultra Wideband network,” said Vestberg. “We’re excited to see a new mobility ecosystem emerge around our 5G platform.”

The Galaxy S10 5G is the result of years of collaboration between the two companies. Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband network will provide download speeds that are significantly faster than 4G and carry a massive amount of data for a large number of simultaneous users.

“Verizon customers will be the first in the U.S. to get Samsung’s 5G smartphone, on our 5G Ultra Wideband network, from the company with the nation’s best and most reliable 4G LTE network,” said Kyle Malady, Verizon Chief Technology Officer. “Folks who choose Verizon can get a 5G smartphone on our 5G Ultra Wideband network, everyone else has to wait.”

The Galaxy S10 5G features the largest-ever S-series display (6.7” curved Cinematic Infinity Display) and Samsung’s 3D Depth Camera for 3D-image capturing for advanced augmented reality apps and super-fast charging speeds (25W). The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, in Prismatic Silver and Verizon-exclusive Titan Gray, will be available in the first in the first half of 2019.

5G cars could prevent 68 per cent of motor-vehicle accidents

You may have heard that 5G networks are going to change the world, creating an “internet of things”, but one innovation that’s really impressive is the ability to use the technology to connect cars in a way that will prevent up to 68 per cent of all road accidents.

Cars equipped with 5G will be able to “see into the future” thanks to their ability to communicate not only with other vehicles, but city infrastructure, according to engineers from VWs Seat brand and phone company Telefonica.

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What is Sprint Doing to Prep for 5G?

As part of their effort to get 5G launched in some markets in 2019, Sprint is making updates to their backhaul network. A recent SEC filing made it clear that Sprint is taking efforts to improve its backhaul capabilities in anticipation of 5G, including canceling some existing Ethernet contracts so that they can make changes, and they have also filed an application with the FCC asking for permission to widen its transmissions into additional portions of the 2.5GHz band. Sprint is heavily invested into 5G and is primed to launch their service in 9 cities this year: Atlanta; Chicago; Dallas; Houston; Kansas City; Los Angeles; New York City; Phoenix; and Washington, DC.

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Is the 5G spectrum harmful to your health?

Cell phones emit very low electromagnetic radiation. The radiation that cellular devices are broadcasting is much safer than the other sort of radiation such as X-rays and Gamma Rays. This means that the low Radio Frequency emitted by the 5G device does not have enough energy to move, vibrate atoms or molecules. This would mean that 5G frequency does not cause cancer as it does not damage the DNA cells.

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Verizon is asking the community to help rollout 5g faster

    Many people are patiently waiting for 5G wireless network rollout, carriers are asking the community for help. Verizon has a website called “Let’s 5G,” for customers to get questions answered and sign up to help convince local officials to support the project. All you have to do is leave your name, address and email address to sign the petitions in favor of “the immediate rollout of 5G service in our community.” The messages then get delivered to local officials by Verizon.

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Sprint is suing AT&T for false labeling 5G E that really is the 4G LTE-A connection.

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On Thursday the 7th Sprint has filed a lawsuit against AT&T for deceiving customers with labeling 4G LTE-A as 5G E (Evolution). As the four major cellular carriers have been rushing to claim the first 5G network in the North American region. Stephenson from AT&T explained “I fully understand why our competitors might be upset with this, It’s not a play everybody can run. It’s a play that we really like, and it’s a play that’s going to differentiate us in the marketplace as we begin to roll this out over the course of this year.”

Some of the New AT&T phones are even showing 5G E instead of the 4G LTE. This will offer 400 megabits per second. Even thow this is not true 5G speeds, this will be a good foundation for the 5G network from AT&T. These connections are not true 5G plus as the customers are not even able to purchase 5G plus phones yet.


3‌ Changes Name To


3‌ Changes Name To – Delivering Same Great Products, Same Great Experience, Same Great Service

After more than 30 successful years in business and 14 years as 3‌, cellular product and services leader modernizing presentation of company with name upgrade.


Crystal Lake, IL – February 5, 2019 –, the leading provider of wireless and cellular products and services that help companies run more successful businesses, today announced that the company is officially changing its name from 3‌GStore to 5GStore.  Nothing else has changed or will change. 3‌ will still be accessible for customers, as will the new

“While having our strongest year to date in 2018 and still offering legacy 2G, 3G, and 4G products and solutions, we felt it important to remain ahead of the technology curve from corporate representation and relevance standpoint and make the name change,” said Michael Ginsberg, President of “Nothing else changes, but the name.  Our customers can expect the same great products, the same great shopping experience, and the same great service. Only now we are 5Gstore.”

In addition to its legacy products, 5Gstore is always at the forefront of selling available the newest technology solutions and has all the latest 4G products in stock and will be offering all the best 5G solutions as they become available.

“Michael and the team at 5Gstore have been our go-to source for all things cellular for years,” says Daniel McLeod, President of Crime Point.  “We always receive our orders promptly and the customer service has consistently been exceptional.  We have no plans to use another vendor any time soon.  It’s nice to see the company changing with the times.”

Please visit to view a short video announcing the name change, as well as some corporate and industry history.

Founded in the late 1980s as MDG Computer Services, Inc. the company originally developed unique software applications and was the first company to ship an eCommerce program in 1998. Since that time the company evolved into, and now, while shipping more than 1,250,000 products over the past fifteen years.

5Gstore maintains the highest online security for safe shopping experiences.  The company consistently receives top ratings from security services organizations and is fully committed to providing safe and secure online shopping for its growing list of blue-chip customers.

About 5Gstore

Since 2005,, formerly, has been the leader in wireless and cellular product sales and support.  The company sells the industry’s best routers, signal boosters, antennas, switches and hundreds of additional products that are supported by the company’s recognized industry-leading customer support.  For more information, please call us on 1-833-5GSTORE (1-833-547-8673), visit us at, or send us a note at


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Huawei’s 5G Foldable Smartphone

Mobile World Congress this year’s biggest show when it comes to mobile products, Huawei will be unveiling the first 5G foldable device at this show. This Chinese company will be releasing this device before Samsung’s 5G phone will be released for consumers. This will be scheduled to be seen at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Sunday, February 24th, at 2 PM Barcelona time 8 AM ET.

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How fast will 5g be?

How fast of speeds will you receive using 5g? Just like other technologies(3g/4g) it will depend on many factors, including your location, what network you’re connecting to, the load at the tower, and what device you’re using. Speeds might reach from 1Gbps to 10Gbps, possibly even higher. Even the latency can go as low as 1 millisecond.

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