Samsung S10 with 5G is confirmed to get launched in South Korea

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South Korea will become the first country where Samsung will launch the first 5G ready Galaxy S10. The company has confirmed the same in a press statement. The Galaxy S10 5G will be available from April 5th in the home market South Korea.  Last month in an unpacked event of San Francisco, Company has announced that a special 5G variant of Galaxy S10 will be launched with the Galaxy S10+ and S10e.

The Galaxy S10 5G looks same as Galaxy S10+. However, both of the phones have some differences. The Galaxy S105G will support fifth generation wireless network which is obvious by its name. On the other side, the GalaxtS10+ supports 4G networks.

The Galaxy S10 5G smartphone has 6.7. inch Quad HD+ Curved Dynamic display, while S10+ has 6.4 inch QHD= display. It has quad Cameras provided on the backside of device. One of its cameras is a time of flight sesor to measure depth. Talking about the battery of the phone, it has a 4500mAh battery Wireless Power Share, Fast Wireless charging 2.0 and Super Fast charging at 25W. Remaining features of S10 5G are same as S10+.

The launch of the smartphone has raised competition in the market. The competition is not between the smartphone companies only, with them telecom operators have also race. The 5G is not yet available in South Korea. But, South Korea is soon going to launch 5G services to various cities. LG is also planning to launch V50 ThinQ commercially in South Korean market.


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