Samsung Galaxy S10 5G coming to Verizon on May 16

Michail, 04 April 2019

As 5G continues to hit more markets, Verizon will soon be adding the Galaxy S10 5G to its fleet of devices. Chicago and Minneapolis were the first two cities to get next-gen connectivity and those who reside there can get a 5G hotspot and give it a try.

Today, Evan Blass confirmed that the 5G capable Samsung Galaxy S10 is coming to Big Red on May 16. He had no intel on the expected pricing though.

Yesterday the carrier released the Moto mod 5G which effectively turned the Motorola Moto Z3 into the first 5G capable phone in the US and the world for that matter. However, that's a huge add-on that most people wouldn't be willing to live with.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G goes beyond the network support. It brings the largest screen in the lineup at 6.7 inches and the largest battery - 4,500 mAh with the fastest 25W wired charger support. There are also front and back ToF cameras.

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  • Anonymous

This is rolling out on all Android phones, contact your carrier & Samsung: Google's SMS replacement ready to launch: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-43836504

Just got Samsung 10e .. Very upset when it said "must turn on mobile data" when sending and receiving attachments ( pictures videos etc) on texts... You can no longer do this on WiFi.. Also long texts without any attachments. They say it is consider...

  • Anonymous

Even if I had an infinity storage I will prefer having an sd card slot in my phone