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5G Ultra Wideband1 is the latest in network technology, offering fast speeds and security for mobile users on the go. 5G Ultra Wideband is faster and safer than public Wi-Fi, so you can say goodbye to slow speeds when you need to get online, and be your own hotspot while worrying less about hackers or snoopers.2 And, 5G coverage may already be available in your area.
If you're ready to jump on the 5G wagon, you need a phone that is 5G capable. Luckily, at Verizon, we offer a wide variety of 5G-enabled devices, so you can enjoy the benefits of 5G on the go. From the latest iPhone to the Samsung Galaxy, Google Pixel, and beyond, you can shop all these 5G-enabled devices and more at Verizon.
Once you have a 5G-capable phone, you can enjoy streaming, surfing the web, scrolling through social media and more without worrying about being slowed down by everyone around you when you're connected.
If you're looking for a new Apple 5G smartphone, iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro are a great place to start. iPhone 13 features the most advanced dual-camera system ever on iPhone, a lightning-fast A15 Bionic chip, a big leap in battery life and durable design, all with 5G capability built in.
If you're looking for the latest Android-powered 5G smartphones, you may want to check out the newest 5G phones in the Samsung Galaxy or Google Pixel lineup. The Samsung Galaxy S22, for example, takes video and smartphone photography to the next level with its sophisticated camera system, and with 5G you can share your creations with ease. The Google Pixel 6 also boasts an impressive camera system, with additional security features to keep you even more secure when you share content or surf the web.
No matter which 5G smartphone you choose, you can enjoy the benefits of Verizon's 5G Nationwide network in over 2,700 cities.
1. 5G Ultra Wideband available in select areas. 5G Nationwide available in 2700+ cities.
2. Public Wifi speeds from March 2021 based on Opensignal independent analysis of measurements recorded during the period December 19, 2020 – March 19, 2021 © Opensignal Limited.