Sprint today revealed that it will launch a 5G smartphone from Samsung in summer 2019. The device will include support for both 5G and 4G LTE coverage. For 5G and LTE, it'll offer support for Sprint's 2.5GHz spectrum. Also included will be support for 1.9GHz (Band 25), 800MHz (Band 26), and other LTE spectrum bands for roaming.
Sprint isn't saying much else about the identity of this device, its specs, or its release date, but the carrier does promise that more info will be revealed later.
A Sprint executive confirmed late last year that his carrier would launch a 5G Samsung smartphone, but it's nice to get extra confirmation from Sprint as well as a launch window. As for what this mystery phone is, it's likely a 5G version of the Samsung Galaxy S10. Not only do Samsung's flagship Galaxy S phones typically launch across all four major U.S. carriers, but rumors have suggested that a 5G version of the Galaxy S10 is in the works.