In February, Samsung launched a handful of in San Francisco, including the and alongside the not-quite-as-expensive . There was also the Galaxy Fold, which stole the show. Quietly in the back was the , which Samsung didn't share many details about other than it would be launched as an exclusive on Verizon before being available on AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint later this spring.
On Thursday, more details emerged about the world's first reported by the Korea Herald, the phone will launch on April 5 for 1.5 million won, which converts roughly to $1,330, £1,010 or AU$1,870. Obviously, actual prices in different countries often differ from a converted price. But in general, the phone is expected to cost more than the Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus because 5G chips cost more than 4G ones.phone. As
Samsung claims the Galaxy S10 5G will have 20 times faster network connectivity than a phone on a 4G network. One of thewill be faster streaming, 4K video calls and better mobile gaming.
There won't be preorders for the S10 5G, but there will be promotional deals at launch including a bundle with a free pair of wireless Galaxy Buds or a free wireless charger.
Samsung didn't immediately respond to a request to comment. The company is expected to launch a 5G version of its Galaxy Fold in South Korea this May.