Samsung will bundle a brand new 25W Fast Charger with a USB-C to USB-C connection iwith the forthcoming Galaxy S10 5G, versus the 15W Fast Charger, which has a USB-A to USB-C connector, that comes included with the now-one-month-old Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e and Galaxy S10+.
That’s about all that’s different in terms of the accessories the Galaxy S10 5G will ship with, according to a set of unboxing images that surfaced online earlier this week. That means it’ll come with the same AKG-tuned in-ear headset as the Galaxy S10, complete with a USB-A to USB-C adaptor.
Samsung is scheduled to launch the Galaxy S10 5G in South Korea on April 5 and the US on May 16, followed by France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK soon thereafter. It won’t come cheap, though, with it set to retail at $1220 for the base 256GB model and top out at $1350 for the 512GB variant.
Galaxy S10 5G is a little bigger than the Galaxy S10+
There are a number of noticeable differences between the Galaxy S10 5G and the Galaxy S10+, the flagship in the standard Galaxy S10 trio, aside from the fact it’s capable of connecting to a 5G network — it has a larger 6.7-inch screen, an additional camera sensor and a humongous 4500mAh cell.