Samsung unveiled the S10 5G phones during its unpacked event along with a pair of fresh phones named under the Galaxy A series. The company’s Indian website has a dedicated landing page of the upcoming Galaxy A series.
The microsite for the new Galaxy A-series has already gone live, and it has revealed some of the key features that we will see on the new smartphones. The new A-series smartphones will come with Infinity-V and Infinity-U display. The Galaxy A10 and Galaxy A30 could come with Infinity-U display, whereas the Galaxy A50 will come with the Infinity-V display.
Talking about features, the Galaxy A30, and Galaxy A50 cameras will let you capture ultra-slow-motion videos, and ultra-wide angle videos as well. The site also reveals the presence of a fast charging feature. The A-series smartphones will run Android Pie OS out-of-the-box, but it remains to be seen if it will have One UI skin on top or Experience UI. The smartphones will also come with a 4,000mAh battery.
Coming to the S10 5G smartphone Samsung is wholly dependent on its carrier partners, and especially Verizon. The phone is exclusive to Verizon to start to have a 5G network that’s ready for it. The phone shares many of the similar specifications as the Galaxy S10 Plus, which the company announced alongside the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10e. There’s a 6.7-inch screen instead of the 6.4-inch seen on the Plus model. The size of the current Samsung phone is almost the same as the Galaxy Note 9, which is an incredible feat achieved by shrinking down the bezels through the new hole-punch camera display technology.
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Samsung is excited to debut its new 5G technology to the Galaxy family. The 5G will build an unprecedented power, speed and connectivity thus delivering 20 times faster Networks than 4G. The Galaxy S10 5G is definitely marked different not because of its size from the rest of the S10 range, but because it has a 5G Network support along with the fourth camera on the rear.
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