With the upcoming launch of 5G phones, operators around the world are testing their networks and preparing them for worldwide deployment. The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will be one of the first mobile phones to support the next generation of mobile connectivity. SK Telecom in South Korea has conducted network tests with this network.
In a recent press release, the Korean operator announced that it could achieve 2.6 Gbps speed on its network thanks to 5G LTE aggregation technology. The actual 5G speeds reached 1.5 Gbps, while the rest came from the good old LTE.
SK says it takes 30 seconds to download content worth 10GB. The company’s goal is to further increase throughput and potentially provide consumers with the fastest network speeds in the southern market. Korean. Consumers can enjoy 5G’s performance in a special adventure area at SK’s headquarters in Seoul.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G has a similar design to the Galaxy S10 +, but with a larger 6.7-inch screen, two ToF cameras (front and back), a larger 4.500 mAh battery and, you guessed it , a 5G modem.
Since the phone will be prepared for a late start in the spring, we are still waiting for an official price for the phone.
Source (in Korean)
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