Samsung has confirmed that it will release the first 5G-enabled device “The Galaxy S10 5G” on April 5 in South Korea. We know that the Galaxy S10 5G will have 8GB of RAM and 256GB of built-in storage capacity, but as per latest information, the Korean version of Galaxy S10 5G has a memory capacity of 8GB and the built-in storage capacity of 256GB and 512GB.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G release notice reveals that the smartphone will have three colour variants. It also shows the storage variants of the phone. The 256GB variant is available in Majestic Black, Crown Silver and Royal Gold colour while the 512GB variant is available in Majestic Black and Crown Silver colour.
The pricing details of the Galaxy S10 5G has not revealed by the company till now. However, as per a report from ETNews, the delivery price is estimated to be 1,390,000 Korean won (around $1,220) for the 256GB model and 1,550,000 Korean won (around $1,360) for the 512GB model.
The customers who register the phone from April 5-16 will get free Galaxy Buds and a wireless charger. The customer can also avail a 50% discount on one-time screen replacement with the validity of 1 year.
The Galaxy S10 5G will be available in South Korea starting from April 5. South Korea’s three mobile carriers SK Telecom, KT and LG Uplus will begin offering their 5G services starting on that date. The pre-orders for the S10 5G will commence from April 1 to April 4, 2019.