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According to recent reports, Sprint and AT&T have amicably settled the 5G Evolution lawsuit. Details are yet unknown but this is what we know so far.
The visibility of Sprint's lawsuit against AT&T's LTE-turning-into-5G marketing ploy has just shot up with a full-page ad and, we know, media coverage.
The "5G Evolution" is taking place with iPhones already with a beta update for iOS 12.2. Does this mean anything to the average customer?
AT&T has been calling LTE-Advanced technology, clearly a fourth-generation innovation, as "5G Evolution." And people will have to know about it.
Enough preparing and testing the 5G waters, as the next-gen mobile connectivity standard is pretty much ready for primetime, at least as far as AT&T is concerned.
We chat with Engadget's Evan Rodgers on how to strike the balance between pitting visual hedonism with consumer nuance in our editorially-starved world.
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.