The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will be the first Samsung phone with 5G connectivity onboard, and today its launch details were revealed. The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will be released with no pre-order program, instead relying heavily on the already strong launch sales numbers and excitement about being first in line to work and play with 5G. The 5G network this phone will come to first in South Korea, where the phone will cost 1.5 million won.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G release date is April 5th, 2019, and that's no April Fool's joke. This launches the announcement of the Galaxy S10 5G through its signal verification tests. The tests run for this device included those on the standard Galaxy S1
According to Samsung, purchases that register their phone with a carrier between April 5th and April 16th will be given a pair of headphones and a discount on further services. The headphones will be the official Samsung Galaxy Buds, and the discount is half the price of display replacement, good for one year past purchase date. The deal will include a "wireless charging package" as well.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G has the largest display in the Galaxy S10 bunch. In fact this panel is the largest ever Galaxy S series display ever made at 6.7-inches diagonally. It's an Infinity-O Display, too, which means it has a hole in its corner to make room for camera lenses.
Pricing on the standard model Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will be approximately 1.5 million won, which converts directly equals just over $ 1,300.00 USD. This is not the best way to go to the final official price in the USA, but it's an OK way to take a staff at the general ballpark.
If I was a betting man, I wouldn't be guessing that the Galaxy S10 5G was going to cost around $ 1,249 in the United States, right out of the gate. That's a price right on the doorstep of the Galaxy S10 Plus 512GB edition, mind you. This is apparently what phones will cost now, if we are OK with it.