The 5G wireless standard is one of the most talked about developments in the wireless industry, and Samsung is working hard to make sure it’s ready for the big day.
The Samsung 5G project is headed by a group of Samsung engineers working in Korea and is the first phase of the company’s effort to build the network.
The group includes several former Samsung engineers, including Jee Soo Lee, who worked on Samsung’s Galaxy S III and S4.
Lee recently returned to the company after a stint at Google, where he was the vice president of product engineering.
Lee was not present at the presentation of the 5G roadmap.
Lee and the other Samsung engineers have been working with the group since last fall, when the company announced it would release the first generation of its 5G devices in 2018.
The Samsung 5X, Samsung 5S, and the Samsung Galaxy S8 are currently available, but Samsung has yet to release its 5T, 5T Max, 5G LTE, and 5G S4 chipsets.
That said, Lee says the 5T will be released sometime in 2019.
When Samsung first launched the 5Ts, it had several different plans.
It had a range of 4G LTE bands, and it wanted to use the 5Gb spectrum for 5G.
However, Samsung had trouble finding a way to connect to its 5Gs network.
Samsung has been working on a solution since then, and Lee says he and his colleagues have worked to build a solution that allows for 5Gs to be used over the 5Gs band.
Lee says the team has now come up with a solution to overcome the problem.
The team has developed a new protocol called the 5 G-GPP, which allows for a single network to support both 5G and 5Gs.
The new protocol allows for the 5g to be utilized over 5G, while the 5t can be utilized in 5G mode.
This is an interesting solution that will help the 5 g network be available over 5 g.
This means it will be able to connect over 5g, even when the 5s network is not fully functional, and can be used when the networks are not yet ready.
Samsung also says it will support 5G data speeds over the 100 Mbps band when the network is in the final stage of testing.
The 5G Alliance is working to support a 5G standard that will have high performance and reliability, but it is a work in progress.
The FCC is expected to vote on its 5 G standard by the end of the year, and while there is no firm date for the standard’s launch, Samsung says it expects it to be ready for commercial deployment in 2018 or 2019.