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Qualcomm announces the Snapdragon 750G with the Snapdragon X52 5G modem

Qualcomm is expanding its lineup for 2020-2021, bringing in newer SoCs that you can expect to see in your next smartphone. Back in May, Qualcomm launched the new Snapdragon 768G, bringing in improvements over the Snapdragon 765G. And earlier this month, the company launched the new Snapdragon 732G, which brings improvements over the Snapdragon 730G. […]

T-Mobile

PSA: You may need a new SIM card to access T-Mobile’s 5G Standalone network

T-Mobile recently became the world’s first telecom service provider to offer a commercial nationwide standalone (SA) 5G network. With this move, the company expanded 5G coverage by 30 percent and gave high-speed 5G access to nearly 250 million people across 7,500 cities and towns in the United States. However, in order to access T-Mobile’s new […]

T-Mobile

PSA: You may need a new SIM card to access T-Mobile’s 5G Standalone network

T-Mobile recently became the world’s first telecom service provider to offer a commercial nationwide standalone (SA) 5G network. With this move, the company expanded 5G coverage by 30 percent and gave high-speed 5G access to nearly 250 million people across 7,500 cities and towns in the United States. However, in order to access T-Mobile’s new […]

Qualcomm Snapdragon 4-series 5G

Qualcomm is bringing 5G to budget smartphones with new Snapdragon 4-series chips

5G connectivity is finally seeing mainstream adoption in 2020 as more and more smartphones and mobile SoCs add support for the next generation of telecommunications technology. The push for 5G has been very widespread in recent months, although some key markets may not have consumer 5G ready until next year. Nonetheless, that hasn’t stopped chip […]

Qualcomm Snapdragon 4-series 5G

Qualcomm is bringing 5G to budget smartphones with new Snapdragon 4-series chips

5G connectivity is finally seeing mainstream adoption in 2020 as more and more smartphones and mobile SoCs add support for the next generation of telecommunications technology. The push for 5G has been very widespread in recent months, although some key markets may not have consumer 5G ready until next year. Nonetheless, that hasn’t stopped chip […]

<p>Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile are competing to deliver next-generation 5G connectivity to hundreds of millions of Americans. While Verizon is deploying its high-throughput, low-latency mmWave network in new U.S. cities every month, T-Mobile and AT&T are rapidly expanding their slower but more accessible sub-6GHz networks across the country. T-Mobile, in particular, has aggressively upgraded its</p>
<p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.xda-developers.com/t-mobile-launches-first-nationwide-standalone-sa-5g-network/">T-Mobile launches the first nationwide standalone (SA) 5G network</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.xda-developers.com/">xda-developers</a>.</p>

T-Mobile launches the first nationwide standalone (SA) 5G network

Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile are competing to deliver next-generation 5G connectivity to hundreds of millions of Americans. While Verizon is deploying its high-throughput, low-latency mmWave network in new U.S. cities every month, T-Mobile and AT&T are rapidly expanding their slower but more accessible sub-6GHz networks across the country. T-Mobile, in particular, has aggressively upgraded its […]

<p>Google Stadia launched last year as the company’s ambitious entry into the growing market of game streaming services. Understandably, Stadia was limited to Wi-Fi networks at launch. After all, streaming games from the cloud could rack up data usage quickly. If that doesn’t matter to you, it’s now possible to play games over 4G and</p>
<p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.xda-developers.com/google-stadia-4g-5g-mobile-data/">Google Stadia can now play games over 4G and 5G mobile data</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.xda-developers.com/">xda-developers</a>.</p>

Google Stadia can now play games over 4G and 5G mobile data

Google Stadia launched last year as the company’s ambitious entry into the growing market of game streaming services. Understandably, Stadia was limited to Wi-Fi networks at launch. After all, streaming games from the cloud could rack up data usage quickly. If that doesn’t matter to you, it’s now possible to play games over 4G and […]