Best answer: The Moto Z4 is an affordable way to gain access to Verizon’s 5G network, but if you already have an older Moto Z device, you might be able to just buy the 5G Moto Mod instead. If you’re a new Verizon customer, however, the Z4 is available at a fantastic price.
5G gateway: Moto Z4 (From $240 at Verizon)
The LG V50 ThinQ 5G has endured a stop-and-go release schedule. In the midst of growing pains with South Korea’s next-gen cellular grid, the company pushed its original home market launch date of April 19 by nearly a month. Sprint, the U.S. carrier that claimed the early lead on the device, started sales on May 31. We knew that Verizon would also take up the V50 this “summer,” but it wasn’t until now that we learned it would be this week — on the last day of spring. Read More
Verizon will start selling the LG V50 ThinQ on June 20 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
5G is going to be a huge deal when it finally arrives, but there needs to be sufficient hardware first. The Galaxy S10 5G is one of the first “mainstream” devices with the connectivity, and now it’s arrived at AT&T, but with a catch.
It’s easy to forget, but AT&T has technically has a 5G network since late last year. It just won’t let almost anyone use it. That trend continues with the carrier’s latest phone launch. The Galaxy S10 5G will go on sale June 17th, but only businesses and developers can buy it.
The Galaxy S10 5G has been exclusive to Verizon in the US until now. The phone has the same a Snapdragon 855 as other GS10 variants, but it comes with a larger 6.7-inch OLED and 4,500mAh battery. Read More