It seems like just yesterday 5G was just emerging from the wings, a breakthrough technology that started in very few phones and on just a few city blocks, with a host of “yes, but” limitations. Now it’s here and almost…ordinary.
It’s a step forward, that’s for sure, and it’s so much easier to do now. But is it something you really need right now in your very next phone? GameSpot’s Lisa Eadicicco delves into this complicated topic and lays out the pros and cons. Meanwhile, Mike Sorrentino has some advice for the last holdouts using 3G phones.
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