After a recent update some AT& T telephones now have a 5G E icon. This icon changes the one expressed the phone is running on a 4G network. But here’s the thing: The phone is still on a 4G system. AT& T has played these recreations before, too.
This nonsense is a marketing ploy by AT& T. The so-called 5G E( 5G Evolution) network is just a beefed-up 4G structure and not true 5G, which continue to far away from being ready for general intake. AT& T abused the same deceptive tricks before launching its LTE network.
Right now only hand-picked telephones in a few sells will see the change. The wireless carrier intends to roll out this madness to even more phones and even more sells throughout the year.
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