Samsung & LG To Debut 5G Phones At MWC

Joshua Bennett
December 22, 2018

Samsung is rumored to launch the Galaxy S10 on February 20th, while in-store sales are expected to start on May 8th. Of course, the Galaxy S10 will be a Bluetooth 5.0 device, and there may even be a fourth, 5G-capable model in the works, though we were not able to confirm this information with our source. This is slightly different from the previously discussed "3 Bears" fable setup.

The smallest of the three models has a flat display. It is clear why Samsung has made a decision to divide its anniversary Galaxy S lineup into four models. Galaxy S10 may have something similar. But that doesn't mean that there's a lack of excitement right now for what could become the best camera phone, and this latest leak has certainly got us intrigued. It also suggests minimal top and side bezels, with a small chin on the bottom. Although its days are numbered, Samsung has opted to employ it once again in the S10 models, though it may not be around for the Galaxy Note 9.

This report additionally reveals potential pricing particulars concerning the Galaxy S10 family. A single panel without the notch is stronger than any other sort of shape that'd require wings of any sort. For example, the 5G Galaxy S10 is rumored to include four rear cameras and two front-facing shooters. "Hard to imagine why you need so much space on your phone". As far as we know, the primary cameras will be technically identical on both models.

Also according to the report, LG initially wanted to launch its 5G handset in South Korea and the United States in May 2019, although the new managers that lead its mobile phone business made a decision to launch its latest devices sooner to take advantage of the launch of 5G services with the hopes of turning around the fortunes of the unit. The tech event will take place from February 25 to 28.

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