OnePlus will be the first to release a 5G phone in Europe

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Qualcomm is also boasting that its new processor will bring next level gaming experiences to premium mobile devices via Snapdragon Elite Gaming and highly intuitive on-device AI experiences with up to three times the AI performance compared to the previous generation mobile platform.

Amon spoke about how 5G enables new experiences and how the next decade of wireless connectivity is poised to move mobile technology beyond the smartphone and into new industries such as manufacturing, transportation, healthcare, agriculture, cities, and retail. Along with network latency that is faster than the blink of an eye.

"Some of the things you need to do in a constrained LTE market you don't have to do in a 5G market", Sullivan said.

In addition to its announcement of the Snapdragon 855, Qualcomm today introduced the 3D Sonic Sensor.

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We'll learn more about this and the 855 in general tomorrow. Samsung wasn't just caught trying to pass off a DSLR photo as a Portrait Mode photo from its own Galaxy phone... it was caught by the model in the photo! The Samsung phone will be AT&T's second 5G device, after the aforementioned Netgear Nighthawk mobile hotspot puck.

Along with Verizon, AT&T also served up 5G demonstrations, and BT Group in the United Kingdom and Telstra in Australia attended to talk about the coming rollout of 5G starting next year. That's a pretty big coup for a company that released its first device only four years ago. Verizon's 5G service for smartphones will only begin rolling out in "early 2019".

He described how 5G will be a commercial reality starting in early 2019 with mobile device launches and network rollouts across North America, Europe, Japan, South Korea, Australia and China. The tech is supposed to kill off Wi-Fi and fixed-line broadband, because you'll be expected to use 5G everywhere, somehow, connecting to carriers and private 5G networks for your internet.

However, 5G won't burst onto the smartphone scene. If they're putting 5G on a single device, it'll quite likely be the device that's already a hero. Citing sources familiar with the matter, Bloomberg reported on Monday that Apple would wait until at least 2020 to release its first 5G iPhones. It's even been said that a tree's leaves could interfere with the strength of a 5G signal. This is the clearest timeline that we've had so far. Lets start with the ultrasonic in-display fingerprint – Qualcomm calls it the Qualcomm 3D Sonic Sensor, which can still detect your fingerprint if it is wet or covered in particles.

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