Samsung Galaxy S10 was also presented in the 5G version and we will see it this summer in many countries, but in the meantime we can take a look at an interesting speedtest played in the USA with the Verizon operator.
We know that Samsung Galaxy S10 5G can reach, in theory, really high speeds, even up to 4 Gbps through Triple Aggregation. As we can see in the video below, a smartphone owner has tried to make a speed test using the Ookla app, obtaining a result to make your landline paler.
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The network is that of Verizon and the user is located in Chicago, Illinois (USA): in the video we see the 5G variant of the Samsung Galaxy S10 managing to exceed 1 Gbps, reaching 1098 Mbps in download. We dare not imagine the amount of data consumed to perform a speed test of this type.
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is currently on sale in the US for $1299 or $1399 depending on the amount of internal memory (256 or 512 GB).
It is worth to mention that on April 30, a user has shared four photos showing the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G damaged and not available for use claiming that it exploded. Fortunately, the owner was not hurt.
The user said that the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G suddenly caught fire after using it for six days. He sent the smartphone to the after-sales service center. However, after the latter checked, they said that there had been a trace of ‘external damage’, so they can’t exchange it or refund. The owner explains the existence of external damage in the following way. When the phone was on fire, he was scared and dropped it on the ground. This should cause the traces. He said people can’t hold anything when it is on fire. Samsung’s after-sales center didn’t accept his poofs. So he decided to share his bad experience with other users.