Samsung and Verizon officially began selling the Galaxy S10 5G, the first device that supports its new 5G network out of the box.
You can get the Galaxy S10 5G from Verizon or from Samsung as well. The Galaxy S10 5G is available in two versions: the 256 GB model for $1299 (or $54.16/month for 24 months) and the 512 GB model for $1399 (or $58.33/month for 24 months).
The S10 5G will be available in Crown Silver and Verizon-exclusive Majestic Black colors. If you are on Verizon’s network – you can trade in an eligible smartphone for a partial discount, while new customers can also get an additional $200 prepaid Mastercard if they switch to the network.
However, Verizon will waive its $10 additional fee (only for a limited time) for 5G on its Beyond and Above Unlimited plans for those who buy the Galaxy S10 5G.
While only currently available in Chicago and Minneapolis, Verizon’s 5G network will be available in 20 U.S. cities by the end of 2019. The Galaxy S10 5G will be available on those carriers too.
The Galaxy S10 5G has a bigger 6.7-inch screen and six camera lenses, including a special 3D depth-sensing lens that isn’t available on the regular Galaxy S10+.