Coming on the heels of manufacturing, Samsung has offered a 5G phone on Verizon this year, AT&T has also produced it’s same 5G flagship from the Korean phone manufacturer within this year.
That makes the Samsung phone the second 5G device for AT&T, following the already-announced Netgear Nighthawk 5G Mobile Hotspot “puck” that the carrier will launch its network with.
As for the Samsung phone in question, details on it are still slim. Samsung is reportedly working on a limited 5G variant of its upcoming phones that would also feature support for 5G, so there’s no shortage of options.
As for AT&T, the carrier is promising to have its 5G service in 12 markets as at last year, with a formal launch coming sometime in the next few months this year.