Samsung’s Galaxy S10 5G has finally arrived at Verizon. Samsung’s first 5G phone starts at $1,300 for a 256GB version with a 512GB model available for $1,400. Both come in “crown silver” or “majestic black,” a Verizon-exclusive hue. We already knew that Samsung’s fastest phone would sell with Verizon first, before coming to other carriers. It’s also available from Samsung’s website, but only with Verizon for now. Those who want to experience 5G will currently need to be near one of Verizon’s first 5G blocks in the Chicago and Minneapolis areas as the new network’s coverage is still very limited. Similar to its rivals the company is expanding its 5G network, recently announcing 20 new 5G cities for 2019 though exact timing for when those cities will get 5G remain unknown. Users will need one of Verizon’s Above or Beyond unlimited plans to access 5G on the new Samsung device. Verizon, however, has said that it will waive its $10 5G add-on fee for a “limited time” for those users who buy a 5G phone such as the S10 5G. The S10 5G is the first phone in the US to have 5G built-in. In addition to the new Galaxy Verizon also sells Motorola’s Moto Z3, a 4G LTE phone which can tap into 5G phone through an attachable “Moto Mod” accessory. The Galaxy S10 5G is the fourth, largest and most advanced variant of the Galaxy S10 series. With a 6.7-inch screen, a total of six cameras and the ability to shoot… [Read full story]
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