Samsung, alongside Verizon – its network provider has finally started selling out the Galaxy S10 5G smartphone in the United States. Disclosed on Twitter, the new amazing Samsung product can now be purchased in selected outlines for a price of about $1299. George L.Koroneos @GLKCreative on Twitter had tweeted a speed test video clip of the Galaxy S10 5G, and it is evident that it surpasses a 1Gbps download rate. This, however, has got many phone freaks talking.
Being a 5G device and quite expensive, it is only accessible to citizens or countries that currently have a 5G coverage. Some of which include Atlanta, Charlotte, Cleveland, Boston, Dallas, Columbus, Denver, Houston, Detroit, Kansas City, Memphis, Providence, Salt Lake City, Washington DC, Des Moines, Phoenix, Little Rock, Indianapolis, and Des Moines. Additional cities and states are expected to be added shortly since Verizon is having their 5G coverage been rolled out.
To tickle your fantasy, the new Verizon Samsung Galaxy S10 5G has quite a range of specifications to catch your interest. It has an Audio Jack, Stereo speakers, 4,500 mAh battery, Hybrid Dual SIM, Android 9(Pie), Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC, 6.7-inch OLED Display with Corning Gorilla Glass 6, 8GB RAM, 512/256GB of internal storage, 12MP Dual rear camera with Telephoto and Ultra Wide sensor, 10MP Dual selfie-shooter, IP68 rated and an In-display Fingerprint Scanner. Doesn’t it sound fantastic from your imagination?
The Galaxy S10 5G comes in two color options, black and silver. Go for black or silver is your choice to make. Hurry now!!