5G is the next big thing in the wireless internet world. As device makers are planning to release 5G-ready smartphones next year, Samsung, reportedly, will not stay behind.
Samsung Galaxy S10+ is going to be available with a 5G variant next year, The Bell reports. The device will have same specifications as the S10+ — a large display and an allegedly five-camera setup.
A 5G Samsung smartphone means 4-5 network antenna, which also means a higher cost against the regular S10+ model. As Samsung Galaxy Note 9 touched $1,200, it’s safe to say that the new 5G devices could go even beyond that price tag.
Samsung will release S10 series in the coming January, marking its 10th anniversary on the next CES 2019 (Consumer Electronics Show). The lineup includes three S10 models codenamed Beyond1, Beyond 2, and Beyond 3. The first one is still a mystery, Beyond 2 is the name for standard S10, and Beyond 3 is the S10+.
Apparently, S10 is not the only flagship Samsung is focused upon. Galaxy F, Samsung first foldable device, is soon going to make some headlines. And since 5G is the talk of the town, the foldable device may also support the 5G network speeds.
5G is the next step in the wireless data mobile standard. Many network providers in the USA have already started testing the massive data speeds. On the other hand, smartphone manufacturers have tied up with Qualcomm to get 5G devices rolling by 2019.
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