Everyone is familiar with the Samsung S Series Flagship lineup. This year Samsung has up the game by adding the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G mobile variant in their lineup. In 2019, the company has launched the three variant before the 5G model that includes S10E, S10 and S10 Plus. Now, it’s time for the S10 5G model as promised by the company. This mobile phone is coming to AT&T on 17 June. Let’s have a look at the details in depth:
AT&T is launching their first true 5G phone, the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, on June 17th. You should mark this date on your calendar. But remember that there is one limitation as well to get this device. Only those people will get this device who are the part of AT&T’s developer program and the AT&T Business customer.
Previously, the 5G-ready phone, which was first debuted last month for Verizon subscribers who are living in the cities that are supporting its 5G service. For your information, this will cost business users $999. Furthermore, it will also be available to developers for free at AT&T’s Shape conference in Los Angeles occurring on June 22nd.
Announcement Of Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
According to today’s announcement, there was no clear mention of when consumers will be going to get their hands on Samsung’s phone, or how much it will cost when it will be launched. We have to wait and see what will be the price tag. It is possible that the Galaxy Note 10 could be a first 5G-ready device that will be publicly available for all AT&T customers. It is rumored that the Note 10 will be supporting both mmWave and sub-6 spectrum.
According to the statement issued by the AT&T, it is sad that the business users and developers will be experiencing 5G in very limited parts of AT&T first batch of cities. In addition to this, during the hands-on with the
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G in Chicago, mmWave spectrum on Verizon’s network is very limited without any doubt, though it is also very capable under the right circumstances. Keeping all this in view, AT&T apparently just needs a few beta testers to ensure that they are on the right track.
Moving on, the Verge’s Chris Welch tested device and saw gigabit download speeds and it is very exciting to see downloading a bunch of videos instantly with great speed. The video shared show us the downloading of a movie in high resolution in just 90 seconds. It is a very good achievement indeed.
Before the S10 5G is widely available for the masses, the only “5G” devices AT&T customers will have access are those who are supporting the carrier’s misleadingly-named “5Ge” service. This is really just LTE Advanced. The list of devices that can work on AT&T 5Ge includes recent iPhones and plenty of Android handsets.