Mobile World Congress 2018: 5G in the spotlight

The world's biggest mobile tech show has opened its doors to more than 2,000 companies jostling for consumer's attention, but critics warn of a growing digital divide.

    Technology companies are promising to change people's lives with super-fast wireless mobile networks.

    So-called 5G systems are the main focus at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

    But critics are warning of a growing digital divide.

    Al Jazeera's Charlie Angela reports from Barcelona.


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