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After Verizon and, more recently, Sprint, the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is coming to T-Mobile. You can grab it starting Friday, June 28.
Sprint announced that it will be adding the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G to its line-up as of June 21, but you will be able to pre-order it starting today.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is on pre-order at Verizon and, while the carrier is throwing in freebies, the phone is more expansive in the US than in Korea.
DxOMark's findings are in and apparently, in the battle of Samsung Galaxy S10 5G vs Huawei P30 Pro, there is no reall winner in camera performance.
If you are in the United States and are interested in either the Galaxy Fold or the Galaxy S10 5G, Samsung is sharing some availability details.
A leaked render seems to confirm what we've been hearing since the beginning of the month. The Galaxy S10 5G will land at Verizon on May 16.
According to Evan Blass, the Galaxy S10 5G will launch on Verizon in the U.S. on May 16. The phone will also be available, later in the year, on AT&T
The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G has been officially announced to be available in Korea, where it will debut on April 5, as it makes its way to the U.S.
In South Korea, the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G has received its approval from the National Radio Research Agency. Launch could be imminent.
If you've bought a Galaxy S10 device in the United States and have yet to try out Spotify Premium, you can get 6 months for free.
The 5G Galaxy S10 will be available in Samsung's home market, South Korea, starting April. The Galaxy Fold will be available that month too.
Samsung Unpacked its Galaxy S10 phones, its first 5G product and, yes, a foldable smartphone, too. We're talking about on the Weekly!
Samsung's Bixby AI service isn't necessarily where we would want it to be and it seems like the company tacitly acknowledges that.
The Galaxy S10e might be essential to consumers, the Galaxy S10 pushes the standards up, the S10+ loads on the cameras and then, what, 5G? Here's our video!
That said, it doesn't mean that the 5G version of the Galaxy S10 won't make it to AT&T, Sprint or T-Mobile. But it does mean that Verizon customers will have the early lead for a few months.