Sprint is set to launch the 5G Samsung Galaxy S10 in the summer
Rumors have been circulating that there will be more than just one 5G version of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S10. This makes sense because it appears that in the beginning, the new tech will require a customized model for each carrier that uses 5G.
This is a pretty huge step away from the current state of 4G, but it is important to note that LTE actually started like that too.
Still, one of those 5G iterations of Samsung's next flagship heads directly to Sprint as the carrier proudly announced in a press release recently. And although the company stopped short of naming the device, it revealed that an innovative, standard-based 5G smartphone is expected to launch this summer from Samsung and with no regard to Sprints games, we lthink the candidate is the S10.
The Sprint S10 will also work on its 4G LTE network, of course, support its 1.9 GHz spectrum (band 25) as well as its 800 MHz spectrum (band 26), and other LTE bands made for roaming.
The nine cities Sprint will launch its 5G mobile network have been declared as; Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles, New York City, Phoenix, and of course Washington, D.C.