AT&T, like the other major wireless carriers, is setting its sights on 5G. But in the transition period, the big blue carrier is making a big change.
AT&T is jumping on the 5G bandwagon in full force, including announcing an upcoming 5G smartphone from Samsung earlier this week.
Not to be outdone before 2018 comes to an end, AT&T is looking ahead to 2019 just like Verizon is, as both major wireless carriers set their sights on 5G.
While the Razer Phone 2 is designed to work on a variety of wireless networks, including in the United States, getting a major network to actually launch the handset directly would be a big win for Razer.
Earlier this year, the RED Hydrogen One was delayed as the company aimed to include at least one new feature, and work on carrier certification.
After backing off with its deal with Huawei to launch the Mate 10 at CES 2018 due to “political pressure,” AT&T has now been urged by U.S. lawmakers to cut all ties with Huawei. Two congressional aides also revealed that the U.S. lawmakers are opposing plans of China Mobile entering the US market.
Sprint launched the BlackBerry KEYone in the United States, as far as wireless carrier support goes, not too long ago. And now AT&T is getting in on the fun.
In May, a report surfaced that appeared to show off the front of the upcoming, but still unofficial Samsung Galaxy S8 Active.