Samsung on Thursday said it will release its Initial 5G smartphone at first week of April in South Korea, making it the world’s first mobile device with All the next-generation network Capacity.
The South Korean tech giant said Galaxy S10’s 5G model will go on sale on April 5, with no pre-order programme, Yonhap news agency reported.
Though Samsung failed to disclose the price, it is expected to cost around 1.5 million won ($1,332) (around Rs. 91,300) from the national marketplace, according to industry sources.
On Monday, the state-run National Radio Research Agency said Galaxy S10’s 5G model has passed sign verification test, giving the green light for its launching in the Korean market.
South Korea’s three mobile carriers are planning to roll out their commercial 5G support for Samsung’s smartphone constructed for the high-speed network.
Samsung’s program is roughly a week sooner than the US carrier Verizon’s strategy to launch its first 5G smartphone service on Motorola’s MotoZ3, essentially a 4G phone with a special attachment which gives it 5G capability, in Chicago and Minneapolis on April 11.