Now that the major US carriers have launched their own 5G networks, the next thing to do is to keep an eye out for the different smartphones that include support for the new network. Samsung’s Galaxy S10 5G is one of the most anticipated devices among many smartphone users. And it looks like it is heading for Sprint in a few days.
Earlier today, Sprint revealed that it will be releasing the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G starting June 21. The announcement comes a month after Sprint launched its 5G network in Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, and Kansas City. Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, Phoenix, and Washington, DC are slated to get 5G network in the next few weeks.
The Galaxy S10 5G is the third 5G-connected device that joins Sprint’s roster. It joins the likes of the HTC 5G hub and the LG V50 ThinQ, which are both already available on the network.
Sprint’s announcement follows AT&T’s Galaxy S10 5G confirmation, which will launch on June 17. But unlike AT&T, Sprint is making the device available to anyone who wants to get their hands on the device. Upon launch, AT&T will only make the device available to business owners and developers.
If you are interested in getting your hands on this smartphone, you can pre-order the device on Sprint’s website. The Galaxy S10 5G is available under Sprint’s $80 unlimited plan. This plan comes with access to Hulu, Amazon Prime, and Tidal.