Tech experts believe that 5G-equipped computers will be more than just tradeshow demos. Today, Intel has announced at Computex that Sprint has joined as a partner to sell 5G computers in 2019 at its stores. People will not be able to find more details regarding the arrangement and Sprint hasn’t yet made any announcement about how it will show off 5G following possession of T-Mobile. Now, both carriers are actually bumping business promotion. Intel is currently working with Microsoft, HP, Dell, ASUS, Lenovo, and Acer to deliver laptops and roadsters with the new powerful wireless standard. New 5G tech has lower latency and much faster speeds over 4G.
It might be just what Intel wants to its desired dream of Always Connected PCs. The tech giant is making a reality of low-power devices with built-in mobile service. Intel earlier said that the company was expecting 10 4G LTE-equipped devices from the device manufacturers HP, Dell, Acer, and ASUS. The new announcement has been considered an addition to the 25 4G computers released earlier, including the Surface Pro LTE. It will be a more interesting discovery in 2019 if the 5G-powered computers show their much better capabilities. People will hopefully get cheaper options for buying mobile service on the go. It might be simpler with e-SIM as it will eliminate the need for plugging in physical SIM cards. It will also offer purchasing mobile data from the Windows 10 Store directly.