Published: Thu, April 04, 2019
Technology | By Nina Perez

Qualcomm Snapdragon 855-powered LG V50 ThinQ 5G coming on April 19

Qualcomm Snapdragon 855-powered LG V50 ThinQ 5G coming on April 19

Samsung has finally confirmed the availability details about its much anticipated, Samsung Galaxy S10 5G edition. The Galaxy S10 5G, revealed during the Unpacked 2019 event keynote in February, will launch in Samsung's home market of South Korea on Friday, April 5th in Majestic Black, Royal Gold, and Crown Silver colors. It'll cost about £950 for 256GB and £1,050 for 512GB (in South Korean Won, at least - it might not cost the same here), and be released on the 5th of April. Although it ended up coming a few weeks later than Samsung had hoped it would, the Galaxy S10 5G will be the first 5G phone on the market, heralding a new era of transmission speeds.

According to a report from South Korea, the Galaxy S10e with smaller flat screen is getting strong demand in Europe.

Follow SAMAA English on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. 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.

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The Galaxy S10 5G looks identical to the Galaxy S10+, but there are a couple of differences between the two devices. The company had chosen to launch the Galaxy S10 5G starting in Korea, since the country had already introduced 5G commercial networks back in December 2018. The display supports 19:9 aspect ratio and quad HD+ resolution of 1440 x 3040 pixels. But if the latest reports are based in reality then Samsung will also borrow a page from the Galaxy S10 playbook.

President and CEO of IT & Mobile Communications Division at Samsung Electronics DJ Koh said the Galaxy A70 was created to meet the needs of the emerging generation and designed for the way people are connecting now.

We'd previously heard of a second Note 10 device, a 5G-enabled model similar to the Galaxy S10 5G - likely larger than the typical Note 10, as the S10 5G is larger than the S10.

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