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Android Authority Podcast

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The Android Authority Podcast – discussing topics in Android every week.The Android Authority Podcast brings you all the top stories of the past seven days. Hosts Adam Doud, Jonathan Feist, and Joe Hindy give you the news, opinions, and commentary every Friday. Plus, we'll be bringing you bonus epis… read more


Everything you ever wanted to know about 5G (but were afraid to ask)

5G is coming, and at the Motorola Z3 launch event in Chicago, Verizon was all over that 5G train. So we rounded up three experts, from Qualcomm, Motorola, and Verizon to talk about it. Then we brought in Android Authority’s resident engineering expert, Robert Triggs, to wrap it all up in a nice neat little bow for you. It’s our next featured story of the Android Authority podcast!

Recorded October 17, 2018 @ 1:00pm EST

Articles for further reading:

What is 5G, and what can we expect from it?

5G: When will your smartphone get it?

5G hype is coming. Don’t fall for it.

Forget mmWave, Wi-Fi is the real 5G

Moto Z3’s Mod reveals the problem with 5G

Don’t believe the carriers, the 5G revolution is still years away

The Android Authority podcast is:

Adam Doud - @DeadTechnology

Jonathan Feist - @JFeist1 / @DroneRush

Joe Hindy - @ThatJoeHindy

Special appearances by:

Robert Triggs of @AndroidAuth

Not on Twitter. Seriously.

Sherif Hanna (formerly) of @Qualcomm


Jeff Snow of @Moto

Also, not on Twitter.

Chris Emmons of @Verizon


Produced by Adam Doud

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