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DanJones
DanJones
1/23/2018 | 7:33:35 AM
Re: Report
Fixed now. Thanks!
carlsont
carlsont
1/22/2018 | 10:32:12 AM
Report
The article states there is a report (link provided); however, the link takes me to a North Korea interview in the WSJ with Donald Trump.  Could you provide me with the correct link so I may read the report.  Thank you
TV Monitor
TV Monitor
1/17/2018 | 12:03:10 PM
Samsung Exynos 5G launching later this year
Samsung's 28 Ghz 5G basestations being deployed by Verizon are fully mobile capable. There is no such thing as Fixed 5G in Korea.

Additionally, commercial 28 Ghz mobile 5G is launching in Korea in March of 2019 and a 28 Ghz 5G compatible Samsung Galaxy S10 phone will launch alongside.

https://www.androidheadlines.com/2018/01/samsung-to-debut-a-5g-modem-for-android-phones-in-2018-report.html

Samsung To Debut A 5G Modem For Android Phones In 2018: Report

January 17, 2018 - Written By Dominik Bosnjak

Samsung is planning to debut a 5G modem for mobile chips meant to be integrated into one of its upcoming Exynos platforms for the company's Android smartphones by the end of the year, BusinessKorea reported Wednesday, citing people familiar with the matter. The modem may be part of the next flagship system-on-chip from Samsung's foundry unit that will power the Galaxy S10 lineup and the Galaxy Note 10 phablet in 2019. Sources claim the creation was already presented to Samsung's major partners during last week's Consumer Electronics Show, having supposedly been privately showcased at the Encore Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. The chip was unveiled as the Exynos 5G but that may only be a tentative name, according to the same report.
Phil_Britt
Phil_Britt
1/17/2018 | 7:37:15 AM
Re: Is it working
You are right, numbers usually tell a truer tale over a higher number of reporting quarters.
Austin Idol
Austin Idol
1/17/2018 | 7:11:06 AM
Re: Is it working
Take "New Street" with a grain of salt. Their numbers look to be a little squirrelly to me.
Phil_Britt
Phil_Britt
1/17/2018 | 6:32:58 AM
Is it working
Being a loss leader only works if it truly brings in additional profits from other sales. So the question for Verizon now: Is it working. Question for the future: Will it continue to work, or is there a path to make the loss leader profitable itself in the future?


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