Samsung Galaxy S10 5G variant under production, only 2 million units

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G variant under production, only 2 million units
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Written by James William

The next most expected flagship from Samsung will be the Galaxy S10 the predecessor of Galaxy S9 & S9 Plus. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is scheduled to launch next year and rumoured it will be a Galaxy S10 5G variant.

Last week Xiaomi’s president posted an image which reveals the upcoming MI Mix 3 to have a 5G enabled network. Now we heard about the Samsung S10 5G Model variant!

Also, there will be up to 3 variants, and the company is working on a 5G connectivity model. This year, Samsung Electronics developed a 5G model for the upcoming Galaxy S10 series. Some reports say, that Samsung Galaxy S10 5G model will be a limited edition and could be released before March 2019.

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Samsung Galaxy S10 5G variant is under production

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is expected to be announced at CES 2019 and it will be made available in the market after or before 5th March 2019. The Galaxy S10 5G variant under production and it will be a limited version so only 2 million units per year.

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This is not the first time, Samsung trying out such things! Samsung has released the Galaxy S4 LTE-A handset in 2013 following Korea’s SK Telecom launch of the first commercialisation of LTE-A. So we can expect the same here for the Galaxy S10 series lineup.

We heard similar rumours for Galaxy S9 variants, but those were just fakes! So we have to hope for the best! We might have a 5G network on S10 or we may not! Only the official announcements on the Galaxy S10 5G variant can help us!


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James William has done Masters in Computer Science. She is a passionate blogger, technology lover, plays chess, innovative, likes to express her views via blog and is a music lover. She has been blogging since 2011 and has contributed a number of great articles to the internet.