Today during an event in San Francisco, Samsung unveiled a special version of its Galaxy S10 smartphone. Called the Galaxy S10 5G, the device is a much beefier version of the normal S10 with a few additions.
Most notably, this version of the S10 will come with 5G support. The device will land on Verizon at first and come to other carriers later on. It’s the first device from Samsung to come with 5G connectivity, so to make a statement, the company decided to throw in some extras.
Just look at this spec sheet.
- 6.7-inch Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED display
- Snapdragon 855 processor
- 8GB of RAM
- 256GB of storage
- 4,500mAh battery
- Android Pie with One UI
- Quad rear camera system (main 12MP lens, 12MP telephoto, 16MP wide-angle, 3D depth sensor)
- Dual front-facing camera system (main 10MP sensor, 3D depth sensor)
- Ultrasonic fingerprint scanner
That’s pretty insane.
Unfortunately, Samsung didn’t say when the S10 5G will launch or how much it’ll cost, but I’d expect it to cost around $1,100 to $1,200.