"The Galaxy S10 5G on Verizon's 5G Ultra Wideband network will give our customers access to incredible speeds and the latest and greatest streaming, augmented-reality, gaming, and consumer and business applications that bring us into a future powered by 5G", said Ronan Dunne, EVP of Verizon and president of Verizon's consumer group.
Now that the Galaxy S10 series has been launched for a while, the rumor mill has moved on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. The carrier has an exclusive on the 5G model right now though that will change in the weeks ahead as rivals like AT&T and T-Mobile launch their own 5G networks. The 256GB "base" model comes in at $1,299.99, or $54.16/month for 24 months with Verizon's monthly device payments.
Of course, what Vestberg didn't say is exactly what Note model will have 5G.
Pre-orders for the Verizon Galaxy S10 5G include special goodies, too. More money gets you bigger displays and batteries, extra camera lenses, and even 5G support. You'll be able to pre-order 5:55AM Eastern (2:55AM Pacific). There are also a few reasons to think about putting your wallet away and waiting.
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Samsung said Friday it has sold more than one million units of its Galaxy S10 series as of April 23, 47 days after the new device hit the South Korean market on March 8.
So to help entice potential 5G pioneers, Verizon is offering discounts of up to $926 on the Galaxy S10 5G plus a free "Samsung VIP kit", but you better read the fine print first. Both configurations come with plenty of memory (8 gigs, to be exact), although a non-5G version of the slightly smaller Galaxy S10+ packs an outright mind-blowing 12GB RAM and a full terabyte of local digital hoarding room. However, we will have to wait and see if the 5G variant is made available in all the countries or just specific countries. American carriers sometimes ship out pre-orders a little early.
Here's the 5G coverage we saw in Chicago.