Samsung has revealed that they will be releasing their first smartphone with 5G in April’s first week in the South Korean market. It will be the world’s first mobile device which will feature next-generation network capability.
Samsung, the South Korean tech giant, stated the sale of new Samsung Galaxy S10 5G model would be on April 5. It will also be without the pre-order programme trend as reported by Yonhap news.
Samsung doesn’t yet disclose the price. But it is expected that the new-gen phone will cost $1,332 or 1.5 million won (almost Rs. 91,300) in their domestic market, as news came from industry sources.
The signal verification test of Samsung Galaxy’s S10 5G model has been passed, on Monday as said by National Radio Research Agency. It has given the green light to the launch of the device in the South Korean market.
Three mobile carriers of South Korea are preparing to roll out commercial 5G service for the new-age high-speed network based on Samsung’s smartphone built.
The schedule of Samsung is one week earlier than Verizon, the US carrier service’s plan to launch its 5G network service on Moto Z3 smartphone. Moto Z3 is a 4G phone, but it has a specific attachment which makes it capable of receiving 5G connectivity. It will be released on April 11 in Minneapolis and Chicago.