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Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is now available for Pre-Order

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Available for Pre-Order and New Cities to Get 5G Network

With the expansion of Verizon’s 5G market, Samsung has also launched Samsung Galaxy S10 5G. The 5G network generation has almost arrived. Companies like Samsung and Verizon are making it possible. This road of the wireless superfast network has been researched for a long time but now it has become a reality.

On Thursday, the largest wireless carrier of the US said that it will start taking pre-orders for Samsung Galaxy S10 5G. The phone will cost from $1300 for a 256GB 5G Galaxy S10 and $1400 for 512 GB. Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will be available in two colors: “crown silver” or “majestic black.”

In addition to this, the customers who will preorder the phone will get a VIP Kit. This kit will include a wireless charging battery, wireless Samsung buds, and a water bottle.

The processor and software specifications are similar to its Samsung Galaxy S10 hierarchy. However, the phone has a 6.7-inch display and a battery power of 4500-mAh. The phone has a total of 6 cameras including a depth camera.

This phone is the second phone of the 5G series. Prior to this Verizon’s Moto Z3 was equipped with 5G network abilities using a mod.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Available for Pre-Order and New Cities to Get 5G Network

Source: Business Insider

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G: New cities to have 5G network

In addition to the launch of this phone, the company has also announced names of new cities that will have a 5G network.

Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Indianapolis, Washington DC are some of the few cities to get a 5G network soon.

Though there are many rough paths on the 5G network but the network has arrived and soon will be available at your doorsteps.

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