March 2 | What you need to know about 5G on Samsung’s latest phones


March 2, 2020

Mobile Musings
What you need to know about 5G on Samsung’s latest phones
Samsung’s Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and S20 Plus Ultra hit stores on Friday, March 6 and with it, the first big 5G launch gets underway.

Samsung has three main Galaxy S20 phones in its lineup: the S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra.

Both the S20 Plus and Ultra will support the fast millimeter-wave 5G networks deployed by Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile, as well as the low-band and midband 5G networks that AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint use.

The S20 for AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile, meanwhile, will only support the lower and midband 5G networks.

For more on Samsung’s 5G handsets, take a look at the link below!

Industry Market Watch
Wall Street surges ahead, sets single-day record
The Dow Jones Industrial Average scored its biggest one-day percentage gain in nearly 11 years on Monday, as stocks bounced back sharply from the previous week’s selloff.

Last week, the Dow fell 12.4%, the S&P 500 lost 11.5% and the Nasdaq shed 10.5%, representing their worst weekly skids since 2008.

Expectations the Federal Reserve and other central banks will move to ease policy were credited with helping to fuel a rebound in global equities.

For an in-depth analysis, check out the story below:

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Gadgets & Gizmos
SpaceX’s prototype Starship rocket implodes during test
Another test of SpaceX’s next-generation rocket, Starship, ended in failure over the weekend, after a major test article imploded at the company’s facility in Boca Chica, Texas.

After being filled with super-cold propellant on Friday night, a Starship test vehicle collapsed in on itself and launched up into the air before hitting the ground.

Video of the test site following the implosion showed the test article crumpled up in pieces on the ground, which means the vehicle likely won’t be salvageable.

You can check out the video here:


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