During its Google I/O keynote today, Google revealed that Android will power over a dozen 5G devices this year. Of course, to use those devices you'll need a 5G network, and Google says 20 carriers around the world are expecting to launch their networks before the end of the year.
What are those 5G devices? Well, that's unclear. So far we've already seen the Galaxy S10 5G launched, and heard that the Huawei Mate X will also support 5G. We're expecting that the new OnePlus 7 Pro will also have a 5G version in the UK, while the Galaxy Note 10 will likely also support 5G.
Amongst the carriers, we're expecting all major US carriers to launch 5G networks this year. AT&T already has 5GE as the first step to 5G, while Verizon has launched its network in specific cities. Beyond the US, EE is expected to launch its 5G network later this year in the UK.
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