5G-enabled Samsung Galaxy S10 may pack humongous amount of storage4
In some way, it makes perfect sense for the 5G model to be sold in those regions where customers would benefit from the new 5G technology, and since not many carriers announced they will offer 5G services this year, Samsung's phone will have limited availability.
Even so, the 5G-powered Samsung Galaxy S10 will be quite expensive and it's not just because of the embedded 5G technology. For example, the smartphone is rumored to have a minimum of 256GB internal memory, SamMobile reports.
Other specs that we believe will make it in the Samsung Galaxy S10 (also known as Galaxy S10 X) is a massive 6.7-inch display, four rear cameras, and a generous 5,000 mAh battery. It looks like everything about the 5G-powered Galaxy S10 is exaggerated, which is why the phone will probably cost a fortune.
Samsung is not the only company that confirmed plans to launch a 5G smartphone this year. Also, just about all major carriers in the U.S. will offer 5G commercial services starting this year, but 5G smartphones will remain niche products until the technology becomes the standard.