Verizon's Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Gets A May 16 Release Date

South Korea Plans to Bring 5G services Before China and the USA

South Korea Plans to Bring 5G services Before China and the USA

Samsung is releasing its Galaxy S10 5G in its home country today.

The country's three mobile providers originally planned to start their services on Friday for Samsung's Galaxy S10, but the schedule was brought forward by two days so Korea would not lose the title to US provider Verizon.

Apple is planning its 5G model in 2020.

5G will change the landscape of the gaming industry as it allows games streamed with minimal delay to be played on smartphones, SK Telecom's Ryu said.

Verizon spokesman David Weissmann demonstrated the huge 5G speeds "20x faster than 4G LTE" with a live test on Twitter showing phone speeds hitting 760Mbps.

South Korea Plans to Bring 5G services Before China and the USA

Since we are talking about 5G Galaxy S10, let's check out some of the smartphone's highlight specs so that we see what it has to offer. Truth be said, the fourth camera is a ToF (Time of Flight) camera, so it's more of a sensor rather than anything else.

The S10 5G is the largest of the S10 series with a 6.7-inch display, a triple rear camera system with time-of-flight sensor, and a class-leading 4,500mAh battery - a massive arsenal when put up against Motorola's Moto Z3 and its accompanying 5G Moto Mod, also on Verizon. Samsung has developed a visual display that fully immerses consumers in the high-quality HD content, games, augmented reality and video conferencing made possible through 5G. One more excitement is a Samsung freebie of $160 Galaxy Buds.

According to The Guardian, three South Korean carriers (SK Telecom, KT and LG Uplus) switched on 5G at 11:00pm Korean Standard Time for six celebrities, including two members of K-pop band EXO. South Korea's top telecom companies said on Thursday that they started 5G services nationally on Wednesday two days before the scheduled date.

World estimates predict that 5G service will generate incomes by 2035 $3.5 billion United States dollars and 22 million jobs worldwide. "But 5G could really make a difference in self-driving automobiles and remote services in terms of high reliability and precision", Kim told ABC News.

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