Well, serial tipster Evan Blass has tweeted that the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will be making its U.S. debut on May 16. So consumers will be in for a bit of a wait if they want a no-compromise 5G experience.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) April 3, 2019
There’s no word on a U.S. price just yet, but the phone will go on sale in Korea tomorrow (April 5) at a starting price of 1.39 million won (~$1,224). Samsung’s device will be available in Crown Silver, Majestic Black, and Royal Gold.
There’s more to the phone than faster connectivity though, as it boasts a number of improvements over the Galaxy S10 Plus. These upgrades include a 4,500mAh battery, 25 watt fast charging, a larger display, and two 3D ToF cameras (one on each side).
This isn’t the only 5G phone expected in the coming months, as devices from Huawei, LG, OnePlus, Xiaomi, and ZTE are also due for a release. Xiaomi’s phone in particular, the Mi Mix 3 5G, is coming in at an aggressive 599 euro price point. So competition is quickly heating up in the industry after years of teasing the technology.
Can’t wait for the Galaxy S10 5G or don’t care for this particular model? Then you can always check out the rest of the Galaxy S10 series at the link.
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