With the new 5G Network underway in the next year or two, mobile providers are scrambling to become the first to provide 5G for its customers. Starting in 2019, AT&T will begin changing the LTE indicator on some of its Android phones to 5GE. Problem is, customers won’t actually be getting 5G technology. Instead, they will be connected to a network having certain speed boosting features. But make no mistake, it’s not 5G. That is why AT&T is putting the letter “E” at the end. E refers to the evolution of 5G.