The Galaxy S10 5G is launching in China through the country's largest mobile operator, China Mobile. China has not got a full-fledged 5G network just yet, but the infrastructure is growing fast.
The Chinese network operator and Samsung have had connections for a while now. Back in 2016, they performed 5G network tests and Samsung became a member of the China Mobile 5G Innovation Center in June of that year. According to some reports, China Mobile is expected to become 5G commercial in more than 50 cities across China by the end of the year. 5G base station across the country. By 2020, the network operator plans to offer 5G in all of China's cities which are above the prefecture level.
Due to network limitations, the Galaxy S10 5G launched in China will not have the ability to flex all of its 5G muscles anywhere in the country, but China is expected to become the world's largest country in terms of 5G over the next five years. Having said that, Samsung might also be viewing the launch of its first 5G flagship in China as a symbol of its ambitions to become more relevant, especially in the 5G era. The company has been struggling with poor mobile sales in China. Samsung is making changes – even to its corporate structure – in order to improve its business.
- model SM G977U
- Dimensions: 77.1 x 162.6 x 7.94mm
- display: 6.7 “(170.2mm) Super AMOLED
- CPU: Exynos 9820 Octa
- Camera: 12 MP.CMOS F2.4 45 ° Telephoto & 12MP F1.5 / 2.4 77 ° & 16MP F / 2.2 123 ° Ultra-wide & 3D Depth: hQVGA
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