TrendForce has said that 5G penetration could fall slightly this year due to a winter storm that hit Samsung's Austin factory that produces Qualcomm's 5G RFIC, a crucial component in 5G phones.
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It looks like AT&T isn't done with its 5G-related announcements this week, as the carrier today revealed that it will be selling yet another 5G Samsung smartphone in the second half of 2019.
Many companies have claimed that they will be the first to market when it comes to 5G. But not many claim that its 5G handset will be powered by Qualcomm's unannounced Snapdragon 855 processor.