5G Hype Ramped up at CES 2020

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1Q 2020 | IN-5719


5G at CES


Considering the growth of 5G, it is no surprise that the new enhanced mobile broadband communication technology was featured heavily at CES this year, with a number of companies announcing new devices, components, and support, in hopes of offering these devices at a time when 5G is becoming more well-known and prominent across the world. However, some companies were conspicuously quiet on the 5G front, likely waiting until Mobile World Congress (MWC) in late February to provide devices and greater insight into their work with the technology.

Major 5G Announcements Span Laptops, Smartphones, Mobile Routers, and Components at CES


There were a number of 5G device announcements at this year’s CES:

  • AT&T: AT&T announced its plans to launch 15 mmWave and sub-6GHz 5G smartphones in 2020, with some expected to be priced under US$600; however, it is currently unknown which vendors will be supported.
  • Dell: Dell announced its 5G Latitude 9510 laptop, which will be available globally in March from US$1,800.
  • Coolpad: Coolpad announced its …

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