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The onslaught of 5G is coming sooner than you think. AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint are beginning to prep there respective networks — but some are farther along than others.

Similar to the early days of 4G, it’s carriers and mobile manufacturers announcing partnerships for forthcoming devices. The one feature being confirmed is 5G support (to varying degrees), with everything else being mostly unknown.

And yes, many of these feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 platform and its 5G modem.

Here are the devices we know of so far.

Hotspots

Verizon’s 5G Hotspot

 

In conjunction with Inseego and Qualcomm, Verizon also has a 5G hotspot launching in 2019. It was shown off this week at Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Summit. Notably, it will meet the 5G NR or New Radio standards, meaning it should work on more bands than devices that don’t.

 

Source: mashable.com