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Samsung 5G phone to be launched next month, will reportedly cost twice as S10 model
It has been said that the 5G phone will be unveiled on February 20 along with the LTE-based S10 models and the foldable Galaxy devices in the exhibit.
South Korean multinational conglomerate Samsung is set the stun its fan. Samsung is ready with its first 5G-enabled phone - Galaxy S10 X - set to be launched next month.
The 5G model will hit stores in Korea first and is expected to be priced twice the most basic Galaxy S10 phone that will be launched in March. A report says that the expected price of S10 X model is between KRW 1.6 million and KRW 1.8 million ($1,425-$1,600).
The expected features of Samsung Galaxy S10 X is said to have a 6.7” display (with an in-display FP reader). It comes with four rare cameras, and two cameras on front. The device is powered by 5,000mAh battery. The smartphone will comes with more than10GB of RAM and 1TB storage which can be 512GB built-in + 512GB microSD storage.
The phone is most likely to introduced at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) which is the world's largest exhibition for the mobile industry. It has been said that the 5G phone will be unveiled on February 20 along with the LTE-based S10 models and the foldable Galaxy devices in the exhibit.
The Galaxy S10 phones will have artificial intelligence as a 'secret weapon'.
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