The Un-carrier says it doesn't have the "time and resources" to brag about having Samsung's first 5G smartphone. Because that's "BS."
From what Qualcomm has impressed the media with, it seems that T-Mobile's customers will be chomping at the bit for 5G towers to use.
T-Mobile's got plenty of space to work with in that 600MHz spectrum, but it's taking the first step to deploy 5G on that network.
It was the first tablet to bring in Android Go, but there's more to the 3T 8 than dancing light on its feet. And it'll get to do so on a major network.
The Galaxy Note 8 might have the Snapdragon X16 LTE modem and the proper transceiver and backing SoC, but it needs more hardware than that.
T-Mobile might throw its weight around these days, bragging about a big…
There's a remote possibility that Apple fans may go without the best possible speeds that T-Mobile can provide this fall.