Thejoins the and the LG V50 ThingQ 5G as one of the first 5G phones that can already be used in Spain.
Samsung announced on Thursday, July 18 the arrival of this phone to the Spanish market, which will be operational through the Vodafone 5G network, the only operator that at the moment has activated the new generation of mobile networks in the country.
The 5G technology promises to transmit data faster, offer less latency and the ability to connect more devices to work better without the network congestion, and you can now test it in Spain with this Samsung phone.
Its design is almost identical to that of the Galaxy S10 Plus, although its screen is 6.7 inches (instead of the 6.4 inches of the S10 Plus). Regarding the power they are completely identical, with the Exynos 9820 processor as an engine accompanied by 8GB of RAM and 256GB or 512GB of internal storage.
One of the biggest differences between both cell phones, in addition to 5G connectivity, is its photographic equipment. The Galaxy S10 Plus has three rear cameras and the Galaxy S10 5G has four, as it adds an additional rear camera dedicated to depth detection that improves the mode bokeh
The Galaxy S10 5G also has a 4,500mAh battery, the largest battery built into a Samsung phone to date and has a fast 25W charge.
As we see, the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G is more advanced than thein some ways, but also more expensive. It can be purchased from July 18 (at the moment only through Vodafone), for a price of 1,100 euros for the 8GB + 256GB version.
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