Samsung Galaxy S10 5G - Should You Wait For It?

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We’ve been hearing the words 5G is coming for quite some time now. Some people still don’t even know what it is, while others are really looking forward to it. I was standing in the middle, waiting to see something real that I could truly experience, and Samsung was the first at MWC 2019. I’m Jaime Rivera with Pocketnow, and these are my thoughts on the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, brought to you by dBrand

We’re just days away from the launch of the Galaxy S10, so obviously the biggest question is if you should upgrade now, or wait for a more future-proof 5G variant. I’d say it depends. Surely 5G is the biggest selling point, but there are some other differences between the 5G version and the devices launching on March 8th.


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Author Since: Sep 20, 2018

  1. You'll be wasting money if you buy any 5G phone before 2021 or 2022. The range of 5G is still very limited and availability is even more limited. It'll take quite a while for major capitals in the Western world to be fully covered by 5G, let alone places outside city centres.

    Spare yourself the money. The Galaxy S15 will be out before it's worth to spend the money on a 5G phone.

  2. I wanted the S10 5G but by the time AT&T gets it the Note 10 will be out, so ill just get that hopefully the bigger screen and faster charging carries over or there will be a Note 10 5G.

  3. That phone is not “future proof”. The X50 5G modem is already obsolete, to be replaced by the X55 in 2020. Isn’t the X50 mmwave only and needs the Snapdragon 855 to access 2G, 3G and 4G? Plus, the phone is too big and is going to be an obscenely expensive first generation device operating on a network that will not be widely available for years. Why would anybody buy it?

  4. To me is definitely worth waiting for the 5G S 10 whatever I get 5g service or not ….price wise I’ll just trade in my note 9 and pay the balance or perhaps financed that 5g phone is 🔥 🔥🔥

  5. “Futureproofing” is not a valid argument. People that spend over 1k on their phone upgrade regularly. Spending so much extra on a feature that will be on budget phones in 2 years is dumb.

  6. Have the S9+ and will be upgrading to the S10 5G when it gets released on Sprint in the summer. I'm in it for the larger screen than the so called "5G" connectivity schtick.