All the action in the best budget 5G smartphones is in the mid-priced market as Google, OnePlus, Samsung, and even Apple battle for a spot in your pocket. Here's a look at your options.
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AT&T saw strong gains across its businesses. The postpaid net phone additions in the third quarter were AT&T's strongest showing in 10 years.
At an event called Unpacked Part 2, Samsung followed up on its Galaxy Flip 3 and Galaxy Fold 3 announcement with more color options for its foldable devices.
With Verizon Media off the books, the wireless and telecom giant can focus on 5G, broadband and business applications, said Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg.
The move is designed to manage spectrum and radio frequencies for 5G and Wi-Fi connected devices.
Google launches Pixel Pass, a subscription bundle with Pixel 6, Google services, starting at $45 a month
Pixel Pass includes a discounted Pixel 6 as well as a bundle of other Google services including YouTube Premium and Google Play Pass.
Motorola's Verizon variant of its Edge device isn't perfect but for the price it's a keeper.
Lenovo's smartphone unit has become a key value 5G player with devices hitting multiple price points.
Qualcomm's Flight RB5 5G Platform aims to accelerate development for commercial, enterprise and industrial drones as well as edge computing.
Samsung really wants you to give foldables a try and with an aggressive price point for the Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G it may get what it wants--the mainstreaming of foldable devices.