Telstra 5G clocks 157 Mbps on average, says Opensignal – Telco/ISP

Telstra’s 5G services is hitting ordinary down load speeds of 157 Mbps according to Opensignal’s most current survey, placing it higher than ordinary among the pack of telcos giving 5G products and services.

The genuine 5G speed king is American telco Verizon, which makes use of high-frequency spectrum in the 28 and 39 GHz millimetre wave bands.

The mmWave frequencies usually means Verizon 5G consumers can enjoy downloads speeds in excessive of 500Mbps.

Opensignal’s group sourced information, sampled involving January 31 and April 30 this year confirmed that South Korean telcos LG U+, SK Telecom and KT 5G speeds strike

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Motorola Edge Plus: 5G, best cameras of any Moto phone…but I wanted more

The Motorola Edge Plus ($1,000 at Motorola) has pretty much everything you’d hope for in a premium 5G phone: It’s got a Snapdragon 865 chipset, a giant battery, an OLED screen with a high refresh rate and multiple rear cameras with heavy-duty specs. Motorola took features found on other top-of-the-line Android phones, put its own Moto spin on them and housed them all into one of the most wonderful Android phones I’ve tried in a long time.

Like

  • Long-lasting battery so far
  • Edge display
  • Best cameras on any Moto phone

Don’t Like

  • Verizon exclusive
  • No IP rating for water resistance
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The Motorola Edge Plus aims to be a 5G Samsung Galaxy killer

Motorola, a company best known for its budget and midrange phones, on Wednesday took an enormous step forward into the premium phone market and launched the Motorola Edge and Edge Plus. Both phones join the Motorola Razr as high-end offerings from the Chicago-based company. Whereas the Razr was criticized for its middle-of-the-road tech, the Edge and Edge Plus are brimming with cutting-edge specs that rival Samsung, OnePlus and Apple. It is as if Motorola went to the specs grocery store and emptied the shelves.

The $1,000 Motorola Edge Plus has the same price as the Samsung Galaxy S20, the

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A 5G Samsung Galaxy Z Flip could be coming soon

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip foldable smartphone was unveiled along with the Galaxy S20 collection a few of months again. Whilst the S20 collection was readily available in 5G variants in picked nations, the Z Flip was readily available only in an LTE version. 

A new report suggests Samsung is now gearing up to announce the Galaxy Flip 5G later on this year. 

In contrast to the Samsung Galaxy Fold, which packed in most recent specs, the Z Flip is run by a year-previous Snapdragon 855 chipset and the main camera was not as superior as the flagship Galaxy

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LG V60 ThinQ 5G review: A less exciting but cheaper Galaxy S20 alternative

Available in the US from AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon, the LG V60 ThinQ 5G is a premium phone poised to compete against the Galaxy S20. Though it’s a lofty opponent to take on, the LG V60 has a couple of things that make it stand out. One is low tech (a headphone jack) and the other is more advanced: a special Dual Screen case that doubles the size of its display. Though the accessory is nice to have and has a handful of useful tricks, it’s definitely not a necessity.

Like

  • Long battery life so far
  • Headphone jack
  • Two
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