Cell phones have changed a lot – from two-pound brick phones to hi-res screens with built-in AI. Cellular technology is about to make an evolutionary leap, too.
5G is almost here, but you’re gonna have to wait a little longer. Here’s why.
Every year, the Consumer Electronics Show kicks off the new year with a smorgasbord of new gadgets that may – or may not – ever see the light of day, gee-whiz new prototypes that do, indeed, wow us, and lots of talk about the next big thing in tech that’s right around the corner.
Among the chatter on the show floor, top executives from wireless powerhouses Verizon and AT&T will give keynote speeches where they are expected to outline why 5G will change the world. Both have launched limited 5G service in select cities, as consumers await the release of mass-market phones that can access the faster 5G signals. The talk will continue to heat up in February in Barcelona for the Mobile World Congress show, where more manufacturers are expected to show off new 5G phones.
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