The Hyperfast Galaxy S10 phone which supports 5G has been finally revealed by Samsung. Samsung Galaxy S10 looks much bigger, powerful and the phone is going to at the top for Samsung, which will go on sale this year.
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G: Features
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is not very different from Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, except the fact that former supports 5G cellular networks. With a 6.7-inch Infinity O-Screen, a 4500 ma battery and an extra cam lens on its back, Galaxy S10 Plus looks totally packed with more and more new additions and features.
The 5G tech will drastically increase the wireless speed, responsiveness and coverage. Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will be supporting both mill-metre wave (39 GHz and 28GHz), performing ten to a hundred times faster than that of 4G.
5G also gives a faster latency than anything else at your home with a fibre optic cable. This enables devices to connected in a millisecond and starts uploading or downloading. This makes 5G around ten times faster than the 4G network.
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Launched By Verizon In US
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G was launched by Verizon in United States, before becoming available to other carriers in the US. Besides Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T, Samsung also argues that it will only be available on shared networks of Xfinity Mobile and Spectrum Mobile network.
It was also announced by Samsung that the 5G of a device shall be given support of 8 European carriers in 8 careers. Here’s the list of all eight European carriers:
1. EE (UK)
2. Vodafone (UK)
3. Swisscom (Switzerland)
4. TIM (Italy)
5. Orange (France)
6 Sunrise (Switzerland)
7. Orange (France)
8. Deutsche Telekom
The cost of Samsung Galaxy S10 with 5G connectivity is going to be more than Galaxy S10 Plus. It will start at $1000 for a 128GB storage. Samsung hasn’t announced a precise date yet but it’s speculated to come around the second quarter of the year.