• T-Mobile's 5G Network Launches This Friday, With Samsung's Galaxy S10 5G

    27 days ago - By Android Headlines

    T-Mobile announced today that on Friday, June 28, its 5G network will go live in six markets. It will also be launching its first 5G smartphone - the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.
    As far as the markets go, T-Mobile will be launching in Atlanta, Cleveland, Dallas, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and New York. With many more cities coming later this year. T-Mobile does also have 5G coverage maps available for those cities, so you can see where exactly T-Mobile has 5G coverage. Since it is using mmWave or millimeter wave, it isn't going to be covering the entire city at once. Simply take a look at the New...
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  • T-Mobile reveals price and release date for the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G

    T-Mobile reveals price and release date for the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G

    27 days ago - By Phone Arena

    AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon have already announced they will carry one of the few 5G-enabled smartphones available on the market, Samsung's Galaxy S10 5G. Today, T-Mobile joins the ranks of carriers that sell Samsung's flagship to those who want to be among the first to try out the new 5G blazing-fast speeds.
    Unlike AT&T, which sells the phone to business customers only, T-Mobile will offer the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G to all consumers starting June 28. Even if you don't live in areas with 5G coverage, such as Atlanta, Dallas, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and New York, you'll still get fast ...
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  • Samsung has sold 1 million Galaxy S10 5G handsets in South Korea

    Samsung has sold 1 million Galaxy S10 5G handsets in South Korea

    27 days ago - By Geeky Gadgets

    It looks like the new Samsung Galaxy S10 5G handset is a popular device for Samsung, according to a recent report the smartphone maker has now sold one million units of their first 5G smartphone in South Korea. Samsung launched their Galaxy S10 5G smartphone in South Korea in the 5th of April, so it...
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