The Galaxy S10 5G May Not Be as Expensive as We Feared

Galaxy S10 5G vs. LG V50 ThinQ

Galaxy S10 5G vs. LG V50 ThinQ

The Galaxy S10 5G will be available with Verizon initially and the telco has confirmed that it will roll out its 5G on April 11 in the US.

Considering all the above, would you go with the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, the LG V50 ThinQ 5G, or just wait for the price of the 5G handsets to go down?

The Galaxy S10 5G looks identical to the Galaxy S10+, but there are a couple of differences between the two devices. The Galaxy S10+, on the other hand, only supports 4G/LTE networks. A time-of-flight sensor included with the S10 5G's rear cameras should mean snazzier portrait effects as well.

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As highly suspected a little over a week ago in our reporting of the pricing of the new Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, the new 5G model in Korea will indeed come powered by Samsung's own 5G modem chipset. The 5G version of the phone also features a bigger battery - 4,500 mAh to the 4,100 mAh power pack in the S10 Plus - presumably to compensate for the power strain of the faster 5G network. Read our review of Galaxy S10+ here.

South Korea is expected to launch its 5G network on April 5, the same day the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is set to be released there, so it makes sense that the phone is available there first.

In South Korea, the 5G commercial network has been on air since December by all mobile operators using Samsung's 5G network core and radio solutions.

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