One major telecom just released a new prediction: Some 2.8 billion smartphones with 5G are coming soon.
The report reveals that the current cornavirus outbreak is accelerating demand for faster wireless and 5G smartphones.
It’s a 5G Gold Rush. And early investors could see 562% profits.
Swedish telecom giant Ericsson just revised its projections for 5G.
The company previously projected 2.6 billion 5G smartphones by the end of 2025. Yet the company is now increasing that projection for 5G smartphones by 200 million.
Ericsson will release its updated Mobility Report in June (click here).
That report will provide further details on 5G growth in 2020 and 2021.
Ericsson expects 5G adoption to occur more quickly than with 4G. By the end of 2025 the projections suggest that nearly 30% of wireless subscriptions are for 5G.
There’s a ton of interest in 5G from consumers.
Samsung has already launched its 5G phones. Meanwhile, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) is expected to launch at least three iPhones with 5G.
Rumors in Silicon Valley suggest that one of these phones will be available for just $650.
Apple is clearly pivoting to lower-cost phones – in response to the outbreak. The company earlier unveiled an iPhone with a price of just $399.
Americans are working from home. And they’re demanding faster wireless.
The rapid buildout of 5G networks across America is underway. Plus, new smartphones will spark a major upgrade cycle for Apple in late 2020 and 2021.
Right now is the time to jump onboard 5G – before the upgrade cycle is completed.
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