The #1 5G Device – It’s NOT Apple

Samsung just shocked investors . . .

With reports that it sold 6.7 million 5G phones in 2019.

Get details on Samsung’s secret 5G supplier (before the stock takes off).

On Jan. 2, Samsung reported data related to its smartphone sales.

Here are the highlights:

  • 6.7 million Galaxy 5G phones shipped in 2019
  • 4.7 million 5G phones sold in the final three months of the year
  • 5G phones make up less than 10% of the company’s smartphone sales

The company was an early mover with fifth- generation wireless phones.

The company hopes that its early move will secure its dominance over Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL). Apple is expected to launch three iPhones with 5G in September 2020. And until then, Samsung will remain the market leader.

Samsung had a 54% market share for 5G phones as of November.

New 5G networks promise to increase wireless speeds by 10 to 100 times.

What does that really mean?

You’ll soon be able to download an entire movie on Netflix within a few seconds. And you’ll be able to have seamless and high-quality video calls with your kids and grandkids.

The smart money on Wall Street is betting that Apple will be a major force with 5G iPhones. And the performance of the two stocks last year reflects this view.

Apple shares added 89% last year, compared with a 46% gain for Samsung.

Lots of investors are jumping into Apple shares in anticipation of the new iPhones.

Yet my research suggests that a small group of undiscovered tech stocks stand to earn the biggest fortunes.

For example, one company is making chips that are being used by Samsung, Alibaba (NASDAQ: BABA) and Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN).

History suggests this company could be a secret supplier for Apple’s new iPhone.

Non-disclosure agreements mean that the company CANNOT disclose Apple as a client. However, once the new iPhones are released, the news will get out.

When that happens that share price could surge.

That’s why I’m jumping into this secret 5G smartphone supplier right now. The company’s product is already inside the Samsung Galaxy 5G phones. And I’m expecting they’ll also be inside every new iPhone.

Get details inside my 5G briefing (click here – it’s FREE).

Yours in Profits,

Ian Wyatt

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