Samsung Galaxy S10 With 5G Support Is Expected To Launch In Q1 2019

We all know that Samsung released its massive battery phone, Galaxy Note 9 a few weeks back. There had been a huge hype regarding the smartphone. Now that the Galaxy Note 9 is out, Samsung is set to build a new flagship. Samsung’s new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S10, is expected to be introduced in Q1 2019. Many leaks and rumours about this handset are already swirling around. Reportedly, there will be three Samsung Galaxy S10 Models. According to the latest reports, Samsung Galaxy S10 With 5G Support will make its way to the market in the first quarter of 2019.

 Samsung Galaxy S10 With 5G Support will be Samsung’s most expensive smartphone

The latest reports about the upcoming phone claim that Samsung will launch three Galaxy S10 models. Their codenames are Beyond 0, Beyond 1, and Beyond 2.

The Beyond 0 will be a lite version of the flagship. On the other hand, the Beyond 1 and 2 will be the regular and the Plus models. However, according to a new report from South Korea, Samsung has decided to add a 5G antenna to the Galaxy S10 models. Addition of 5g support will cost a lot so Samsung will reportedly release a separate phone for those who want 5G support. The 5G-enabled Galaxy S10 will be Samsung’s most expensive flagship for the first half of 2019.

The same report claims that the 5G antenna chipset will be provided by Samsung Electronics’ wireless division and local communication chip maker GigaLane. We still don’t know the exact release date of 5G-enabled Galaxy S10. It will highly depend on the availability of 5G network on the domestic market. By keeping all facts in mind, the company will decide its release date.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy S10 Will Have Greatly Improved Screen to Body Ratio

Laiba Mohsin

Laiba is an Electrical Engineer seeking a placement to gain hands-on experience in relevant areas of Telecommunication. She likes to write about tech and gadgets. She's is known for her love for cats, music, traveling and exploring things.
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