The Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G is Samsung’s latest phone to support the next-gen network, and to test it out, I visited Providence, Rhode Island, one of the earlier cities to get Verizon’s Ultra Wideband 5G. It’s worth noting that the Note 10 Plus 5G is almost exactly the same phone as the Galaxy Note 10 Plus: it’s just 2 grams heavier and supports 5G. All the major U.S. carriers are using different types of spectrum in their respective 5G rollouts. Verizon and AT&T are using millimeter wave (mmWave), for example, which means they are deploying 5G nodes that deliver super-fast internet speeds. mmWave offers among the fastest speeds you’ll see, but the downside is that range is short, and there’s poor building penetration. Sprint is using the 2.5GHz spectrum, also known as mid-band, and it has slower speeds than mmWave but greater range and penetration. T-Mobile is relying on low-band, which has even slower speeds than mid-band, but the furthest reach. Read more: SUBSCRIBE FOR THE LATEST VIDEOS VISIT DIGITAL TRENDS In our studio: BDI Corridor Media Console: Music: Video gear we use: Panasonic GH5 Lumix 12-60mm Camera Lens Sony A7iii Sony E 50mm F1.8 OSS Konova K3 Camera Slider Godox SL-60W Neewer 660 LED Video Light Benro S6 Video Tripod Digital Trends may earn a commission when you buy through links on our channels. FOLLOW US!