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[THE TRUTH ABOUT T-MOBILE 5G]
For the third year running, Qualcomm flew me to Hawaii and put me up for the annual Snapdragon Summit, where for the third year running, the next generation smartphone and laptop chips were announced. Also on site: a parade of executives proclaiming (yet again) that “5G is here!”
But this year is different … because it’s actually true.
On December 6th, T-Mobile made it official, by flipping the switch on a nationwide deployment of 5G that covers 200 million people. But what does that really mean, and more importantly, should you care? I took a OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition for a Maui test drive on T-Mobile 5G to find out!
T-Mobile 5G Layer Cake [tnkgrl]:
I used T-Mobile’s 5G network, and it’s a lot like its 4G network [Android Central]:
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MrMobile’s T-Mobile 5G / Sub-6 5G video was produced at the Qualcomm Snapdragon Summit in Maui in December 2019. The OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren 5G review sample was provided by T-Mobile on a short-term loan basis.
Qualcomm provided travel, lodging and food costs to some members of the media during their participation at the Snapdragon Summit, including MrMobile.
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