It's barely a blink of an eye since the Samsung Galaxy S10 launched, but already the company has a new announcement: the price and release date of the 5G version of the phone.
At the moment the price is unknown but per industry analysts, it could cost $1,332 in South Korea.
Samsung might introduce two different models of the upcoming Galaxy Note 10. The South Korean carries have started with the pre-orders of the Galaxy S10 5G as it will be made available for purchase from April 5. That's exactly where Verizon's mmW 5G network lives and also where this phone will be used to access 5G.
While Samsung is all set to launch the 5G capable smartphone, the problem here is that nearly no city or country across the globe is ready with the 5G connectivity. Samsung has been working hard to make its home country one of the leaders in the 5G race, and with the impending launch of the S10 5G, it may just succeed at that goal.
The 5G network will deliver connection speeds that are 20 times faster thanon the 4G LTE networks, Samsung said. As for the main version of the Galaxy Note 10, the report states that the phone will feature a 6.7-inch AMOLED display, but it doesn't offer any other details about the device. On the other side, the 512 GB model will come in Crown Silver and Majestic Black colors only.
Depending on the market it releases, the phone comes with Exynos 9820 or Snapdragon 855. However, we already know that the Galaxy S10 5G will be coming to the United Kingdom later this year, with EE and O2 both having confirmed that they will stock it. It has 8GB of RAM, 256 or 512GB of storage, and a 4,500 mAh battery with 25W fast charging. So, at the back, you get a 12-megapixel primary sensor, a secondary 12-megapixel sensor telephoto lens, a third 16-megapixel sensor with an ultra-wide lens, and the fourth is a ToF sensor for 3D depth mapping.