Samsung to launch Galaxy S10 5G phone: Expected price, features, specifications etc…

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  • Earlier this month, Galaxy S10’s 5G model has passed signal verification test, giving the green light for its launch in the South Korean market.
  • The Galaxy S10 5G will be powered by Snapdragon 855 and runs Android Pie 9.0.

Samsung is set to launch its first 5G smartphone in the first week of April in South Korea, making it the world’s first mobile device with the next-generation network capability.

Though Samsung did not disclose the price, according to various reports, the phone will likely cost around 1,390,000 won (approximately $1,222).

Earlier this month, Galaxy S10’s 5G model has passed signal verification test, giving the green light for its launch in the South Korean market.

South Korea’s three mobile carriers have been preparing to roll out their commercial 5G service for Samsung’s smartphone built for the high-speed network.

On February 20, the company has unveiled the Galaxy S10 5G phone, along with  S10, S10+ and S10e. The Galaxy S10 5G packs in almost all of the same features as other phones, except for large screen, measuring in at 6.7 inches.

The S10 5G brings three rear cameras — a 16MP ultrawide sensor with fixed focus, a main 12MP dual aperture wide-angle lens with OIS and a 12MP telephoto lens with OIS. The phone sports a dual camera setup featuring a 10MP (f/1.9) sensor and a 3D sensor for selfie.

The Galaxy S10 5G will be powered by Snapdragon 855 and runs Android Pie 9.0.

It has a 4,500mAh battery and comes with 256GB storage and 8GB RAM.

Samsung’s schedule is about a week earlier than the US carrier Verizon’s plan to launch its first 5G smartphone service on Motorola’s MotoZ3, essentially a 4G phone with a special attachment that gives it 5G capability, in Chicago and Minneapolis on April 11.

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