Samsung Galaxy S10 Gets Apparent Release Date Amidst Durability Evaluations


The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G edition could now be released really soon, on 5 April. This comes after a renowned technology analyst subjected the handset to durability tests.

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Updated On:

The Samsung Galaxy S10 that was launched recently, even caters to those expecting super ultra-fast network speeds like that of theoretical 5G, could now have a release date gauging which it seems like the release of this handset is not too far away from now. This next-gen handset could land in the hands of buyers starting 5 April.

As per a Yonhap News report, the 5G-compatible Samsung Galaxy S10 edition would be released commercially on 5 April sans customized pre-orders. This smartphone would initially hit South Korean markets initially, before expanding to other economies of the world. This Galaxy S10 is said to cost upwards of $1000 meaning that it should be a premium-priced phone when it comes to India.

Yonhap also adds that buyers preferring to order the 5G Galaxy S10 variant, from 5-16 April, would get the wireless earphones package, along with a discount of 50%  in case the display of the smartphone needs replacement within one year. Here, it is worth noting that the 5G Galaxy S10 smartphone would be an upgraded variant of the classic Galaxy S10 units (which are currently launched) more than being a mere 5G offering.

For starters, the Galaxy S10 comes with features that could invoke nostalgia associated with Samsung (loyalists of the company’s smartphones would be aware) such as the Ultrasonic Fingerprint Scanner, most importantly the 3.5mm headphone jack, the display (Infinity-O), the wide-angle camera, and more.

Check out the absolutely real-world performance of the Samsung Galaxy S10

Here, the Samsung Galaxy S10 has already been projected to multiple tests to check out its “durability. Renowned technology analyst going by the YouTube moniker JerryRigEverything has put the Galaxy S10 through his usual rigours such as a scratch test, pressure test, screen test, and more. Now, this makes for a naturally exciting prospect to check out the performance of the Galaxy S10 in these evaluations. Check out the results of these, here.

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