press release detailing how MediaTek’s Dimensity 1000C allowed it to combine its own low-band 5G spectrum with the one it bought from Sprint in the mid-bands for the first time.While that may have raised an eyebrow or two, now the Un-carrier's intentions have become clear as it just sent us a
It all happened on T-Mobile's LG Velvet, but what's in this for you? Well, combined capacity, that's what, both for downloads and uploads resulting in faster and further travelling 5G signal, for starters:
Even in these early days of 5G aggregation, T-Mobile notched 20% faster 5G download speeds on the LG Velvet in a wider signal range, and says things will only get better with time. Where does that leave the Snapdragon-equipped phone models?