As Samsung remained silent about its flagship the Galaxy S10, one thing we know without a doubt would it be won’t function as the company’s first phone with 5G.

Based on Samsung’s CEO DJ Koh Dong-Jin confirmed this fact with a press event in Korea, squashing any previous rumors that claimed otherwise. Koh said Samsung remains to be working with local carriers is the first to roll out a 5G phone, with plans to launch 5G in March within specific locations. But he didn’t give any details on which Samsung phone it will likely be.

So the S10 won’t function as the first 5G smartphone, however that doesn’t mean it can’t function as the second. It’s still possible the Galaxy S10 could include support for faster 5G networks, only time will tell. It’s likely that it may can be found in the form of Samsung’s foldable smartphone, known as the Galaxy X or Galaxy F.



The South Korean gadget giant finally announced the release available of the anticipated Galaxy Note 9 officially on August 24th.

The Galaxy Note 9’s specs are top-notch. Making it an everything phone, among the best possible you can get with the Stuff you require being intact. It will carry through another 2 or 3 years of excellent photos, Android updates and all sorts of that jazz.

Within this long anticipated Samsung released Galaxy Note 9 isn’t much different by reviewing the predecessor Note 8 in terms of design along with the form, which has almost precisely the same dimension but a little heavier; due to the buffed up battery capacity and Gorilla Glass 5 covering is about the device’s front and rear.

Althoug the product is quite expensive, because it sells for $1,000 at Amazon.com, Note 9 isn’t mere toy mainly because it posesses more powerful features, which has a 6.4-inch screen, the new S Pen doubles as a wireless remote for taking long-distance selfies, 4,000-mAh battery, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and only 128GB or a whopping 512GB (!!!) of onboard storage, including a micro sd card, and more.

You can pre-order the Galaxy Note 9 now, before 823. Keep an eye out for trade-in deals, promotions and bundled gifts including AKG noise-canceling headphones ($299 value) or 15,000 V-bucks ($150 value) etc.

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