T-Mobile set to low-band 5G, Facebook launches data transfer tool
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T MOBILE looks to be all systems go ahead of it's launch of a LOW-BAND 5G network this Friday.
On Monday the carrier announced that it has turned on the network and has began accepting preorders for it's first two low band 5G phones ahead of the public launch.
Both previously announced The first two phones will be the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 plus five G and one plus 70 Pro five g McLaren Samsung's phone will cost you 1300 dollars in line with what the five G note costs at Verizon and at&t, while the one plus this phone will cost $900.
slightly more expensive than the $840 that spread charges For the one plus seven profile G.Facebook on Monday launched a transfer tool that lets you easily send your photos and videos to other online services starting with Google Photos.
It's available in Ireland now with plans to roll it out worldwide and the first half of 2020 once the feature is available in your region.
They'll pop up in your Facebook Information section of your settings.
All the data you transfer is encrypted and you'll have to enter your password before anything is moved.
And finally, Australia is cracking down on drivers who use cell phones while behind the wheel.
The government of New South Wales is implementing a new AI based camera system designed to spot mobile phones and cars.
The program plans to perform 135 million checks by 2023.
According to a video from the NSW transport department, cameras can work during day or night and in any weather or speed zone.
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