At its Galaxy S10 event last month, Samsung introduced four versions of its new flagship smartphone. Three of them have since launched, but we're still waiting on one: the Galaxy S10 5G. A new report claims that we may not be waiting much longer.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will launch in South Korea on April 5, according to a report from Yonhap News Agency. Pre-orders won't be taken, but customers who buy the phone between April 5th and April 16th will be able to get a free pair of Galaxy Buds along with a 50 percent discount on screen replacements for one year.
Samsung hasn't announced pricing for its Galaxy S10 5G, but rumors say it could cost 1.5 million won ($1,320 USD).
The big difference between the Galaxy S10 5G and the other S10 variants is 5G connectivity, but there are some other notable changes with the S10 5G as well. It's got a 6.7-inch 3040x1440 Super AMOLED screen that's larger than the other S10 models and a quad rear camera setup that adds a 3D Depth sensor in addition to the 12MP telephoto, 12MP wide angle, and 16MP ultra wide angle snappers. There's a 3D Depth sensor and 10MP camera on the front of the S10 5G, and while it loses the microSD card slot that its S10 siblings have, the S10 5G does have a 4500mAh battery that's larger than the other three variants.
In the U.S., the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will be coming to all four major U.S. carriers. Verizon will get it first sometime in the first half of 2019, and with the carrier launching its 5G network on April 11th, we could see VZW unleash the S10 5G sooner rather than later.