The 5G fever is catching up fast and smartphone manufacturers are shifting focus towards that direction. The transition from 4G to 5G network, will not be complete without the involvement of the tech giant, Samsung. Samsung has been a dominant focus in the smartphone business and it’s only normal that they should have a device running on the new 5G network. According to reports from ETNews, the company will be introducing a 5G variant of the Galaxy S10.
The smartphone will be called Galaxy S10 X, with the letter “X” believed to mark the 10th anniversary of the Galaxy S series. The phone will officially be the world’s first smartphone with 5G network support. As per the specs, rumour suggests that the phone will feature a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display, an Axis 5100 chipset, a rear quad camera, and a front dual camera.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 X 5G smartphone will pack up to 10GB worth of RAM, with a massive 1TB internal memory. One of the highlights of the spec details, is that the device will feature a ‘life pattern’ mode. The technology to automate the smartphone function based on artificial intelligence (AI); based on consumer smartphone usage pattern is applied for the first time.
The Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10 Plus will be announced on February 20th. These smartphones are scheduled to go on sale on March 8th after the official announcement. The 5G version of the Galaxy S10 X according to reports, will be available from March 29th. Price is expected to be between $720 to $803 for low-end models and $1,430 to $1600 for the high-end models.