In general, the Samsung Galaxy S10 series consisted of three different devices including the Galaxy S10 itself, Galaxy S10 Plus, and Galaxy S10e. However, there is actually another model called Galaxy S10 5G and despite the name, it is not just a 5G variant of Galaxy S10.
In fact, it is actually a different device altogether since it has totally different specifications as compared to the standard Galaxy S10. For starters, the Galaxy S10 5G carries a 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O Quad HD+ display which is said to be the largest in Galaxy family so far.
Not only that, it also comes with the largest battery that Samsung ever equipped into a Galaxy smartphone at 4500mAh complete with support for a 25W fast charger. The Galaxy S10 5G also comes with additional 3D depth sensing camera alongside the triple rear camera system that also existed on standard Galaxy 10 and Galaxy 10 Plus.
There is also apparently another 3D camera on the front of the phone as well alongside its 10MP dual pixel selfie camera. The Galaxy S10 5G also comes standard with 8GB of RAM and 256GB internal storage but somehow doesn’t support microSD card.
The exact release date and price for the Galaxy S10 5G is not yet known at the moment but generally, we don’t expect the device to make its way to our market anytime soon though since the 5G implementation in Malaysia is still at its infancy.