T-Mobile to launch 5G Network in 6 US cities this month

siliconreview T-Mobile to launch 5G Network in 6 US cities this month

T-Mobile, a German telecom company, will launch its 5G network in The US on June 28. Samsung’s Galaxy S10 5G smartphone will support the 5G network across New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Dallas, Cleveland, and Las Vegas.

The millimeter wave spectrum (mmWave) for 5G has been established in the above-citied cities. People living in those cities can buy the new 5G smartphone. With very limited 5G connectivity, users can get the best experience by using it outdoors.

Samsung’s Galaxy S10 5G model is pricy than other models. One has to pay $1,299 to buy the phone. Anybody, willing to buy the model in EMIs than the cost will be $31.25/month along with a down payment of $549.99.

With an internal storage of 256 GB, the new 5G smartphone is a better version of the S10 series. With a larger screen display of 6.7 inches, the phone comes with a larger 4,500 mAh battery, along with faster 25W wired charging.

The German telecom’s 5G coverage map has revealed that currently, the mmWave spectrum is very limited. Tech website, the Verge intends to test -Mobile’s mmWave spectrum soon. But, if we look into the performance in Chicago, the download speed of the internet isn’t more than 1 Gbps.

As per The Verge, T-Mobile confirmed that the S10 5G will only support the mmWave spectrum. The smartphone will not a response to the 5G network ‘with the carriers having planned low- and mid-band frequencies.

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