The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released an announcement today that debunked a report made in August. According to the FCC, smartphone models manufactured by Apple and Samsung did not violate their rules on the maximum exposure levels of radio frequency.
Today’s report tackles the report made by The Chicago Tribune, which suggested that certain iPhone models emitted radio frequency radiation that went beyond the safety limits implemented by the government agency. The publication conducted an investigation through an accredited lab that it hired. Together, they tested a number of devices, including iPhone models. The investigation showed that these devices violated the federal guidelines.
Earlier today, T-Mobile revealed that it will be offering Samsung’s 5G-enabled device, the Galaxy S10 5G. The device is said to go on sale starting June 28th, which is also the time that T-Mobile will be launching 5G network in six cities in the country. Among the cities that are slated to get 5G network this week include Atlanta, Cleveland, Dallas, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and New York.
Despite making 5G available, there is no guarantee that the network will be available extensively in these cities. There may be some areas that the network is unable to reach. The best thing to do is to check out the 5G coverage map page on T-Mobile’s website. This will give you an exact idea on where you can experience 5G speeds in these cities.
Sprint is releasing the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G real soon.
Earlier today, Sprint revealed that it will be launching the much awaited 5G-enabled device on June 21st. Once you get your hands on the device, it will be able to access Sprint’s 5G network in areas such as Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, and Kansas City. Soon after, five more cities are slated to get 5G network support. These cities include Chicago, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Washington, DC, and New York City. Apart from these cities, the Galaxy S10 5G can connect with any of Sprint’s 4G LTE networks. Unfortunately, it won’t be able to deliver 5G speeds.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is Sprint’s third 5G-connected device. It joins the likes of the LG V50 ThinQ and the HTC 5G hub, which have previously been released.
5G has been the latest craze among US major carriers. Now that it most carriers have launched their own network in select parts of the country, the next thing to look out for is the different 5G-enabled phones that will be made available.
One of those smartphone models, the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is, by far, the one device that seems promising. Thankfully, AT&T is getting ready to make this device available starting June 17th.
There is, however, a catch. The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G won’t be available to everyone just yet. AT&T’s announcement makes this smartphone available exclusively available to AT&T Business customers, at least for now. And thanks to their Developer Program, 5G developers can take part in the action.
It looks like Samsung is preparing to launch a special edition of the Galaxy S10+ in honor of the upcoming 2020 Summer Olympic Games.
The information, revealed today by NTT Docomo, shows that a special Samsung Galaxy S10+ Olympics Games Edition will be unveiled in time for the anticipated sporting event, which will be held in Tokyo, Japan on July 24-August 9 next year. According to the source, the special edition looks almost similar to the Galaxy S10+ in Prism White color. The special edition model, however, will come with a Tokyo 2020 Olympics insignia on the rear. Its specs remain the same.
Verizon is busy this year as it plans to deploy 5G network in over 30 cities. Yesterday, the wireless network named 20 cities that will be included in its list of early adopters. In addition to this, Big Red has started accepting pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G smartphone.
The new cities named as the early adopters of Verizon’s 5G service include Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dallas, Des Moines, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Little Rock, Memphis, Phoenix, Providence, San Diego, Salt Lake City, and Washington, DC. More cities will be announced later in the year when Verizon is finally ready to launch the network.
Now that the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G has officially been launched in South Korea, a new report is showing that the device is headed to US shores.
According to a report from Bloomberg, pre-orders of the Galaxy S10 5G will start on April 18. And as reported before, Verizon will have early exclusivity on carrying the device. The device will go on sale on May 16. After its exclusivity, the phone will be carried by AT&T and other networks later in the year.
Last month, Samsung unveiled its latest flagship smartphone series for 2019: the Galaxy S10 series. Among the devices it introduced were the Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10+, and the Galaxy S10 5G. Out of all these devices, only the Galaxy S10 5G was not discussed entirely and was not given an official release date. Instead, Samsung promised that it would be released in the second quarter of the year.
But it looks like Samsung is finally ready to reveal more information about this particular device. For starters, the South Korean manufacturer confirmed that the Galaxy S10 5G will be released on April 5th. Unfortunately, this release date does not include the US.
The smartphone industry has become experimental and adventurous these days. Just this year, various manufacturers unveiled their plans of releasing a foldable device. Now, it looks like Samsung is not stopping at a foldable smartphone.
Earlier, there were reports of a couple of innovative devices that Samsung intends to reveal in the future. The first is a smartphone with a rotating camera, which appears to be slated for a US release real soon.
The second smartphone is an unconfirmed patent leak of what appears to be a bendable phone that users can wear on their wrist. Here’s a closer look at these two devices Samsung has lined up:
A couple of weeks ago, T-Mobile released its Android Pie update for the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+. Now, it looks like the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is getting its own piece of Pie.
Earlier today, T-Mobile updated its support page for the Galaxy Note 9 to show that updates to the latest Android OS version will start rolling out to the public. This update has a size of 1671.6MB and is called version N960U1UEU1CSB3.
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