Sprint's 5G lineup is expanding. After last month, the nation's fourth-largest carrier Friday became the third carrier to offer the . Currently only available in "5G areas," Samsung's 5G phone joins the 5G phone and HTC 5G Hub, a home hotspot, in the carrier's 5G stable.
Unlike AT&T, which the S10 5G to business customers, Sprint will be making the S10 5G available to regular consumers. It won't be cheap, however, with the 256GB phone costing $1,300.
Sprint's 5G service is currently live in Kansas City, Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston. The company has previously announced that it plans to launch the next generation network in New York, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Chicago and Washington in the "coming weeks."
The new network is already making early appearances in Brooklyn, as spotted by PCMag's Sascha Segan.
Previously an exclusive to Verizon, the Galaxy S10 5G features a similar design to the but adds extra front and rear cameras, a larger 6.7-inch display and, of course, support for next-generation 5G networks. It remains to be seen how Sprint's 5G network -- which uses a mid-band spectrum for its 5G service as opposed to the millimeter wave 5G networks currently deployed by Verizon and AT&T -- compares on the Galaxy S10 5G.
T-Mobile, which is in the process of, has also announced plans to carry the Galaxy S10 5G.
CNET tested Verizon's version of the S10 5G in Chicago last month and. While Sprint's network didn't hit those levels in our early tests of its network in Dallas, the company's 5G coverage area .
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Originally published June 14.
Update, June 21: Adds device availability.