The 10th anniversary of the Galaxy S smartphone is coming soon, and Samsung will celebrate it by launching the Galaxy S10, which will be a group of new features and innovations compared to this year’s Galaxy S9.
But, sadly, while 2019 will be the year when the commercial 5G network will emerge worldwide, the Galaxy S10 will not support the new standard. It is not rumoured at this point because it comes directly from the chief of Samsung’s mobile division.
DJ Koh talked to the reporters last week after the Galaxy Note 9 press conference, ZDNet reports, explaining that Samsung still wants to launch the world’s first foldable phone.
The Chairman of Samsung’s Mobile Business also said that the Galaxy S10 will not be the first 5G phone and it will be a different model. It is unclear what the device will be, because he did not elaborate, but there are two potential candidates. This is a Galaxy F Foldable phone that is expected to arrive at some point in the first half of the year, possibly starting in the end of 2018 or in the beginning of 2019 or after the release of Galaxy Note 10, in the next August or September.
Koh says it is intended to be a phone chain to the foldable phone, instead of just a . “Being talked once.
But Koh also said that the Galaxy S and Note family of devices will not merge in the near future, as previously stated.
He said, ‘For immediate future, starting the S series in the first half and there will be no change in the note series in the second half of the year.’
JDNet points out that South Korean carriers are planning to launch their 5G network in March, Samsung is working with local operators so that they can become the first vendor to launch the 5G phone.