AT&T has been calling LTE-Advanced technology, clearly a fourth-generation innovation, as "5G Evolution." And people will have to know about it.
Yet another country is preparing to turn its back on Huawei network infrastructure, adding ZTE in the mix as well, over cyber-security concerns.
Britain's BT Group Plc will remove all Huawei 4G equipment over the course of the next two years, in addition to excluding Huawei from 5G bids.
More and more countries around the world are enjoying "truly exceptional" 4G LTE availability scores, according to OpenSignal, but speeds are no longer surging at the usual pace.
Without so much as a heads-up, a Nokia 3310 4G version has surfaced on the company's official Chinese website, unfortunately lacking pricing information.
Qualcomm's hope is that you'll get to use the hardware at the heart of it. What we believe to be the Snapdragon 845's modem is set on "fiyah."
The company has found that those accessing Reliance Jio through the second SIM slot may experience battery inefficencies with a poor 4G signal.
Don't get your hopes up for a a flip phone-style device with Windows 10 Mobile on ARM64. Microsoft is apparently interested in that design for a hotspot.
And if you're able to return the phone after three years, then it becomes totally free. Plans are pretty affordable, too, especially for rural lands.
Over 2 billion cellular carrier subscribers are on LTE services right now and that number is to bump up against 2.5 billion late this year.
There's good and bad news for US mobile users in OpenSignal's latest "State of LTE" report. Basically, LTE speeds are horrible, but availability is great.
It is not 5G. No one has an idea of what kind of spec we need 5G to be. But AT&T wants to get started moving somewhere, and that "somewhere" is Austin.
Does this count as the first Snapdragon 835 phone if it isn't for retail? ZTE shows off what the phone, paired with its technology, can fuel in LTE.
The cellular ISP's CEO is in talks with companies in China, Japan and the US to collaborate on building networks globally.
AT&T has been working on a way to not have to install fiber or set up towers to support its network. The solution? Plastic antennas on power lines.
Verizon has made its LTE "advanced". Advancing speeds 50 percent from its regular 4G speeds, the good people say. Hundreds of millions covered.
Insiders are saying that we should see Tizen in South Africa with the introduction of the Samsung Z2 in October, the first Tizen phone with LTE.
Both cases originate from issues stemming back in 2014, one regarding a robot named "Tappy," the other regarding 4G technology.
4Gbps download speed sounds cool right?! Sure it does but the more appropriate question would be: is 5G technology really necessary yet?
The Chinese manufacturer is suing the Korean one over infringement of its patents. Sources say it wants to force the chaebol into a cross-licensing deal.
This amorphous blob we keep referring to as “China” has been a tough topic to tackle for us at Pocketnow. The sheer enormity of the market, the hundreds, even thousands of component and device manufacturers and trends so short-lived, they seem concurrent enough to contradict each other all combine to inhibit understanding of the Chinese consumer.
Well, fun fact: China covers 3.7 million square miles of megalopolises and nowheres with a government that has commercial interests in every part of it. So it’s not surprising to hear that the country is home to 1.3 [...]
One of the worst parts about buying a smartphone is the monthly plan, so we tried out TextNow Wireless. Here are our thoughts on the MVNO 2 weeks in!
Spectrum is a funny thing and can only accommodate so many connections. That's why it's vital that carriers continue to build out their HSPA networks.