Source: Andrew Martonik / Android Central

5G is available from every carrier and most flagship phones are equipped to access these networks. While it may not be worth upgrading your phone for 5G, if you need a new phone, it makes a lot of sense to make sure it’s compatible with the next generation of mobile broadband. With coverage constantly improving and plenty of phones to choose from, it’s time to get 5G service.

Every carrier 5G

Samsung Galaxy S20 5G

Top specifications with sub-6 5G built in

Samsung’s latest Galaxy comes with a fast Snapdragon 865, a large 4,000mAh battery, and a great camera. It also supports sub-6 5G.

You already have 5G coverage

A year ago most people didn’t have any 5G options in their areas, especially if they didn’t live in a big city but with sub-6 5G, T-Mobile and AT&T have greatly increased the range of their 5G towers. In fact, AT&T now…

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