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DJ Koh, head of Samsung's mobile business, told journalists at its recent global working with Korean telcos to launch the first 5G model in the country -- and that won't be the Galaxy S10, according to ZDNet. 5G service is reportedly set to launch in South Korea in March 2019.event that the electronics giant is
Koh also reiterated his desire for Samsung to release the, which he said wasn't too far in the future. It's possible that device could be the mystery 5G supporter, but Koh didn't offer specifics.
In addition, Koh denied that Samsung was planning to merge the S and Note series, at least until 2020. "For the immediate future, there won't be a change in launching the S series in the first half and Note series in the second half of the year," he said.
The Galaxy S10 is the next generation of the current Galaxyand flagship models, widely believed to be launched at next year's Show -- that's when Samsung traditionally makes the Galaxy S-series announcements.
Samsung didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.