Over the past decade, the number of Gs that we’ve seen on our phone screens, wished we had access to, and even talked about at dinner parties has been increasing. We all loved 3G, and 4G was even more surprising, but now we see rollout, how much better will 5G be?
Telstra has secured exclusive rights to the 5G versions of the new Samsung Galaxy S10 devices when released in Australia later this year.
Samsung has confirmed it will unveil the world's first foldable smartphone at its annual Developer Conference in November. The tech giant will also showcase a 10th Galaxy S device and a 5G-compatible handset.
The Australian government's decision to ban Chinese company, Huawei, from involvement in the 5G rollout is a “significant change which fundamentally undermines Australia’s 5G future”, asserts Vodafone.
"We will do a few stunts, or demos and things like that … but that’s not really the core of the 5G launch,” says Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) chief, Iñaki Berroeta, as he talks down the hype around 5G.