Samsung Electronics unveils the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G smartphone in San Francisco, California, February 11, 2020. Photo: Reuters Samsung Electronics unveils the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G smartphone in San Francisco, California, February 11, 2020. Photo: Reuters
Samsung Electronics unveils the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G smartphone in San Francisco, California, February 11, 2020. Photo: Reuters
Michael Davies
Opinion

Opinion

Michael Davies

5G network operators will need to think big to justify the huge price tag

  • For dedicated followers of entertainment, 5G speeds can be a big draw for virtual reality devotees and gamers
  • For operators, making 5G pay is a big challenge because the network investment is so significant.

Samsung Electronics unveils the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G smartphone in San Francisco, California, February 11, 2020. Photo: Reuters Samsung Electronics unveils the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G smartphone in San Francisco, California, February 11, 2020. Photo: Reuters
Samsung Electronics unveils the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G smartphone in San Francisco, California, February 11, 2020. Photo: Reuters
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Michael Davies

Michael Davies

Michael Davies is visiting lecturer for strategy and entrepreneurship at the London Business School and is an adviser to the UK, US and Australian governments on technology adoption and 5G.