We have been getting mixed news about Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S10 for many months now. Samsung’s three S10 models, codenamed SM-G970 (Samsung Galaxy S10), SM-G973 (Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus), and SM-G975 (Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite) will be unveiled at Mobile World Congress 2019, Barcelona event on the last week of February next year.
Samsung will have 5G version much later than the non-5G variants. Galaxy S10 with 5G is codenamed SM-G977. It will be available as SM-G977U for the American market and SM-G977N for South Korea. There might be SM-G977F for the international or European market, but there is no word on that one yet.
We can expect to see the Lite and Plus versions with 5G along with the regular SM-G977. Major cellular carriers in the US, like Verizon and ATT, have been investing heavily in the 5G infrastructure, and have both partnered with Samsung for their first 5G smartphone.
As of now, we do not have much information about Galaxy S10 5G, including the specs and pricing. But it would be safe to say that the key specs will be like the regular S10 non-5G including the Infinity-O display except for the cellular modem which will most likely be Snapdragon X50 5G Modem.