There are going to be a wide variety of Samsung Galaxy S10 handsets, but the top of the line device will be the Samsung Galaxy S10+ 5G, and now it appears the handset will be exclusive to only one carrier.
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ 5G will be one of the first handsets to support the new 5G standard, which offers download speeds of up to 1000 times faster than 4G.
It turns out to experience that for yourself you will need to be a customer of Verizon, according to information leaked by internal setting files.
Yo thanks for the retweet. I can confirm this through a source AND software. The BeyondX aka S10+ 5G only has Verizon files while everything else, including the folding phone, has all carriers. pic.twitter.com/s8eqDb9n2L
— Max Weinbach (@mweinbachXDA) January 13, 2019
The information was revealed by XDATV’s Max Weinbach, which also offered some other details of the device.
It will apparently offer either 8 and 12 GB of RAM, 256GB/512GB/1TB of storage and as noted earlier come with a triple rear camera with normal, super wide angle and telephoto lenses.
Samsung will be announcing the range at their Unpacked event on the 20th February, though it is not clear when the 5G handset will be launching on Verizon.