Samsung Releases World's First 5G Mobile Phones

Samsung Releases World's First 5G Mobile Phones

Samsung Releases World's First 5G Mobile Phones

LG has announced that its first 5G phone - the LG V50 ThinQ - will go on sale in South Korea on April 19th, hot on the heels of the April 5th launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G. We have come across some leaks earlier surrounding the Galaxy S10 5G smartphone which suggested an upcoming launch. On April 3 the South became the first country to launch nationwide 5G services, with three superfast networks going live offering data speeds that allow users to download entire movies in less than a second.

Samsung launched the Galaxy S10 devices over a month ago, and the devices were said to have sold in record-breaking quantities over their first few weeks on the market, with analysts expecting the phones to outsell the Galaxy S9 models by around 40%.

When it comes to 5G devices, carriers in the United States don't have too many alternatives, even though many smartphone makers promised to bring their products on the shelves this year. Now, consumers will be able to unlock an entirely new mobile experience with the most advanced network available and the powerful and innovative features of the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G. Currently, there's only one phone that U.S. carrier can offer to its customers if they want to sell their 5G services, the Moto Z3, but you'll have to buy an additional Moto Mod for that to work.

The US has pressed its allies and major economies to avoid 5G solutions from Chinese-owned telecom giant Huawei, citing security risks that technological backdoors could give Beijing access to 5G-connected utilities and other components.

The three South Korean mobile network operators - SK Telecom, KT and LG Uplus - began taking registrations for orders of the world's first 5G-capable mobile phone on Friday.

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