Samsung's Galaxy S10 5G launches next month, but you can't have it

Samsung's Galaxy S10 5G launches next month, but you can't have it

Samsung's Galaxy S10 5G launches next month, but you can't have it

And while the device is expected to go on sale starting April 26 in the United States, now a new alleged hands-on video of Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphone has leaked online showcasing the device crease in between the flexible display panel and the foldable mechanism of the phone.

Samsung began accepting pre-orders for the device last month, and it will hit the shelves on April 26th.

Samsung has announced the Galaxy S10 5G in the Unpacked event that took place on February 20, where it also unveiled the other versions of the Galaxy S10. It is immediately not clear as to when the company will introduce the new Galaxy A20 smartphone for the rest of the markets. Additionally, they will also get a 50% discount on screen replacement for up to 1 year from the date of purchase. It means Samsung can snatch podium place on the race to become the first to launch a 5G-enabled smartphone in the US. The Galaxy S10 5G has already passed the signal verification test from South Korea's National Radio Research Agency.

Though Samsung did not disclose the price, it is expected to cost around 1.5 million won ($1,332) in the domestic market, according to industry sources.


In phone mode, the Fold has a 4.6-inch display.

Like the Galaxy S10+, Samsung's 5G flagship includes a dual-camera setup up front which is contained within the pill-shaped display cutout. The front camera has 8MP.

Over on the rear, the premium device borrows the cameras found on the Galaxy S10+.

For the software, the phone boots Android 9.0 Pie out of the box, with the One UI on top and is backed up by 3100mAh battery with fast charging support. We haven't seen much hands-on action with the phone yet, and most of what Samsung has shown has just been concept stuff rather than demonstrations of what it's like to actually use.

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