World's First 5G Phone Released In South Korea

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Samsung set to launch first 5G smartphone

Samsung was also launching its top-end Galaxy S10 5G smart-phone, after South Korea this week won the global race to commercially launch the world's first nationwide 5G networks.

Until yesterday, when well-known leakster Evan Blass revealed that the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will be available from Verizon on May 16.

With the way technology is improving, one will wonder if we can keep the pace.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 isn't due to be released until later this year but rumours surrounding the device have picked up over recent weeks.

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The last thing that we want to cover when it comes to Galaxy Note 10e is the fact that "The Bell" is saying that Samsung wants to launch this smartphone exclusively in Europe. Samsung's home country is understandably the first market to get its 5G device.

Ultimate Performance: In addition to delivering the speed to download a season of HD television in minutes or buffer-free experiences for uninterrupted streaming, the Galaxy S10 5G packs a 4,500mAh battery for streaming content and playing games without needing to rechargefrequently.

South Korea's three mobile carriers - SK Telecom, KT and LG Uplus - held launch events across Seoul for the Galaxy S10, whose base version costs 1.39 million won (US$1,200).

Hours later USA giant Verizon began commercial services in Chicago and Minneapolis, after rival AT&T made a 5G-based system available to selected users in parts of 12 cities in December. Currently, the Moto Z3 is available for $10 per month for 24 months, but you'll also have to buy the $200 5G Moto Mod to be able to connect to Big Red's 5G network. Also, except Verizon, no other carrier announced plans to sell a 5G-enabled smartphone aside from Samsung's Galaxy S10 5G, but we expect more devices to enter the USA market by the end of the year. "I hope faster speeds will help me manage my time better".

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