Samsung Galaxy S10 5G variant could be announced at MWC 2019


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Samsung is preparing its space for the arrival of the new Galaxy S10 family during the Mobile World Congress 2019, the largest technology fair aimed at the mobile segment.

It is said that the company will present four variants of the brand’s new phones, among them a possible Galaxy S10 powered by 5G technology.

Now, a new report corroborates that the company will show their 5G smartphone in Barcelona, ​​Spain, taking advantage of the arrival of the tenth generation Galaxy S.

Let’s face it, this is not surprising since MWC is the ideal place to announce new devices in the smart mobile market.

As previously reported, the phone in question will probably be a 5G variant of the Galaxy S10. It is worth noting, however, that not all Galaxy S10 series devices are compatible with 5G.

It seems that the idea behind the announcement of the 5G smartphone during the Mobile World Congress 2019 is to mark the entry of the brand as one of the first companies to launch a mobile phone with the fifth generation of mobile networks.

This 5G smartphone should be produced in limited numbers and launched only in some selected markets by Samsung.

Initially, the brand’s 5G phones could be restricted to their country of origin, South Korea, later arriving in the United States considering that both South Korea and the US will operate with the 5G network in the first half of 2019.

Leaks reported during this period ending 2018 suggest that Samsung’s 5G mobile phone will come with a 6.7-inch screen and four-camera configuration on the back, plus a front camera accompanied by a three-dimensional detection sensor.

In addition, it will feature Snapdragon 855 – Qualcomm’s latest SoC for high-end handsets – up to 12GB of RAM and 512GB of internal storage.

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