5G Android vs. 4G LTE iPhone: Which is the better choice in 2019?

ROSE BEHAR | January 28, 2019

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In a case of history repeating itself, 5G is set to arrive on Android devices before iPhones. Apple is well-known for waiting until innovations hit a certain level of maturity before including them in their products — it’s one of the ways it ensures consistent quality across its products. Those who remember the messy 2011 4G LTE rollout will recall that Apple waited until 2012 to launch its first 4G device. This time around, Apple is reportedly waiting until 2020, while companies like OnePlus, Samsung, and Huawei plan to release 5G offerings this year.

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