Samsung Galaxy S10 series was unveiled at the Unpacked event in San Francisco, and alongside the Samsung Galaxy S10e, Samsung Galaxy S10, and the Samsung Galaxy S10+, the company also launched the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G variant. Apart from the upgraded 5G chip, the phone incorporates a larger display, is heavier than the other three variants, comes with a quad camera setup, and packs a big 4,500mAh battery. From price, availability, carrier partners, to its hardware differences – we’ve listed all the important things you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G’s price was not unveiled at the event, but Drew Blackard, Samsung senior director of product marketing, told CNET that the phone may be a $100 more than the most premium Samsung Galaxy S10+, but didn’t go into more detail. For those unaware, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ price starts from $999.99 (roughly Rs. 71,000).
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G sports a larger display
The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G comes with a large display than the other three, and it is seen sporting a 6.7-inchQuad-HD+ Curved Dynamic AMOLED display with a 505ppi pixel density and 19:9 aspect ratio. To, recall, the second closest premium variant, the Samsung Galaxy S10+, sports a 6.4-inch QHD+ Curved Dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O Display, retaining the same 19:9 aspect ratio but having a lower pixel density of 438ppi.
Samsung Galaxy S10 5G comes with a quad camera setup
The camera on the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is also different, and it sports an additional 3D depth sensor with an hQVGA resolution. The other three sensors are identical to what’s integrated on the Samsung Galaxy S10+. The setup consists of a 12-megapixel 77-degree lens wide-angle camera coupled with 2PD autofocus, a variable aperture ranging from f/1.5 to f/2.4, and OIS; a 12-megapixel 45-degree lens telephoto (0.5x and 2x optical zoom) camera with autofocus, an f/2.4 aperture, and OIS; apart from a 16-megapixel 123-degree ultra-wide lens camera with fixed focus and an f/2.2 aperture. The setup also provides up to 10x digital zoom.