The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will launch in Korea on April 5th. Samsung confirmed the news today, adding that the S10 5G will expand to other markets later. In the U.S., all four U.S. carriers have confirmed that they plan to launch the Galaxy S10 5G. Verizon will launch it first sometime in the first half of 2019.
Pricing for the Galaxy S10 5G will start at 1.39 million KRW ($1,225 USD) for the model with 256GB of storage and will go up to 1.56 million KRW ($1,375 USD) for the 512GB version. It'll be available in Majestic Black, Royal Gold, and Crown Silver colors.
Support for 5G connectivity isn't the only thing different about the Galaxy S10 5G compared to the other S10 models. The Galaxy S10 5G also has a larger 6.7-inch 3040x1440 Super AMOLED screen and a quad rear camera setup that adds a 3D Depth sensor to the 12MP telephoto, 12MP wide angle, and 16MP ultra wide angle cameras found on the S10. The Galaxy S10 5G has a 3D Depth sensor on its front, too, and it's got a larger 4500mAh battery. One thing it doesn't have, though, is a microSD card slot.
Now that we're getting closer to the Galaxy S10 5G's launch, are you thinking about buying one?