It's Raining 5G-Enabled Smartphones
The Morning Standard|June 18, 2021
At least five Chinese handset makers are launching in India this month; three have already unveiled their devices

WITH telecom service providers commencing field trials of fifth-generation (5G) broadband technology and a commercial launch expected anytime soon, smartphone makers are flooding the Indian market with 5G-enabled devices.

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