AT&T will launch the Galaxy S10 5G on June 17th. Equipped with 256GB of built-in storage, the Galaxy S10 5G will cost $999.99 from AT&T. That's quite a bit cheaper than the S10 5G costs from Verizon, which is asking $1,299.99 for the same 256GB model.
There is a catch with AT&T's Galaxy S10 5G launch. The phone will only be available to AT&T Business customers and 5G developers through the AT&T Developer Program. That means that regular consumers like you and me won't be able to buy the Galaxy S10 5G, at least not at this time. There's no word on when the S10 5G might be available to consumers.
The Galaxy S10 5G includes a few upgrades over the standard Galaxy S10 models. In addition to the 5G connectivity, it's got a 6.7-inch screen and 4500mAh battery, both of which are larger than any of the regular S10 variants. There are added 3D Depth sensors on both the front and back camera setups of the S10 5G, too. One thing that the regular S10 models do have that the S10 5G lacks, though, is a microSD card slot.
Do the Galaxy S10 5G's upgrades over the standard S10 models have you interested in buying one?