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Get Ready For The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G – the 1st 5G Enabled Device In Australia

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The Galaxy S10 5G will be available through Telstra and Samsung Experience Stores from May 28

The new high speed Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will be available in Australia from May 28 through Telstra and Samsung Experience Stores. The reason this has been highly Samsung that introduces new features to the Galaxy S10 range including a larger screen, incredible camera functionality for photography and videos and a bigger battery.

“The Galaxy S10 5G is designed to perform at a level that we have never before seen in a Samsung device,” said Garry McGregor, Vice President of IT and Mobile, Samsung Electronics Australia. “From its 3D Depth Camera to 5G network capability, we’re delivering the ultimate in terms of innovation, design, and experience.

“This is the most anticipated device Samsung has ever launched in Australia as it combines additions to our amazing Galaxy range but also opens the door to the opportunities that 5G experiences will bring people in future.”

5G smartphones means faster downloads, high resolution video streaming with less buffering and better mobile gaming on the go. For example, the ability to download a full-length feature movie to your mobile device in seconds and enhancing applications that demand high volumes of data like AR, VR, gaming and video conferencing.

The Galaxy S10 5G has all of the popular features of the Galaxy S10 range and has been designed specifically for users who want access to the ultimate in Samsung device performance along with 5G and 4GX network capabilities.

Wherever 5G and 4GX is available, users will benefit from faster speeds. The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G also delivers the richest feature set ever offered in a Galaxy smartphone, including a 6.7-inch Infinity-O Display, 4,500mAh battery with Super Fast charging capability,  and an incredible camera experience.

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G

Featuring six cameras enhanced with intelligence so users can take incredible photos and video. The 16MP Ultra Wide Camera captures a 123 degree field of vision so users can photograph a stunning range of content from expansive landscapes, to fun social settings. The camera also offers Live Focus video which helps to focus and create bokeh effects to make the subject stand out. With a new 3D Depth Camera, users can also detect depth, distance, height and length of objects within in the camera’s vision using Quick Measure.

The Galaxy S10 5G rear camera capabilities received an overall DxOMark of 112, with a score of 117 for its amazing still camera performance, as well as being the first smartphone to receive a DxOMark of 100 for its video camera capabilities. The front selfie camera scored 97.

Telstra Consumer Segment Executive Kevin Teoh said the launch of Australia’s first 5G-enabled smartphone is a game changing moment for customers.

He said: “Telstra has been building Australia’s first 5G technology for some time, and now our customers are ready to be the first in Australia to experience this technology in the areas where 5G is now available.”

The device will be available with 256GB or 512GB memory variants. Two colour options will also be available, these being Crown Silver for the 256GB variant, or Majestic Black for the 256GB and 512GB variants. 

Mobile plans will be announced closer to the local on-sale date of May 28.

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